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7 Star Starred
St. George Terminal
Staten Island Ferry 1 Bay Street Staten Island, NY 10301
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6 ratings
4.7 average rating
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26 events
7 reviews
23 stars
attended Aug 07 2010

What a day! Larry Ambrosino is so proud of Staten Island and that pride was infectious. We realized how little we knew about this borough and its residents.
And...the PIZZA!!! Each place was uniquely delicious. The owners were...continued

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4 reviews
4 stars
attended Jun 19 2010

Yumo pizza and cannoli. All the proprietors were generous and friendly. A very enjoyable day and I'd recommend it to others.

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4 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 11 2010

We loved the pizzas, canoli, Italian ice, Staten Island and Larry....the entire tour exceeded our expectation!

Can't wait to bring my husband to NY to this tour.

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 Come enjoy a slice and a soda from four of Staten Island’s most beloved pizzerias – Denino’s, Jimmy Max, Joe and Pat’s, and Lee’s. In between pizzerias, the tour will visit some local sites, such as the College of Staten Island, Wagner College, and the Carousel, to get a taste of the island. You will also receive a SINY Tour t-shirt as well as a free cannoli from Alfonso’s Bakery and a free Italian Ice from Ralph’s (seasonal).

About the Ticket Supplier: SINY Inc.

SINY's mission is to enhance the lives of Staten Islanders by supporting the Island's cultural institutions and other attractions which add richness to the experience of living and visiting here, and doing business here. They seek to educate Staten Island residents, especially young people, and those who do not live here about the storied history, cultural and diversity of the borough.

Their activities in support of tourism also nurture economic development. SINY lessens the burdens of government by engaging in activities that will increase economic activity, tourism and support of educational, cultural, historical and other charitable institutions in Staten Island, New York.