Minthorne Street is the hidden gem of Staten Island. Tucked away on a little known side street nestled off the beaten path off,  this 33,000 square foot warehouse style facility was the former home of an automobile service center until 2006 when the auto service center closed its doors.

Developers Gary C. and Sam L. Angiuli have repurposed this entire collection of buildings which spans a full city block, creating a charming Williamsburgesque  retail space. The businessess on the street are all original concepts run by local operators.  The entrepreneurial owners of those businesses embody the best of Staten Island.  The new line up of retailers includes DaddyO’s BBQ and Sports Bar (an 8000 foot barbeque and sports complex) , O’Henry’s Publick House (an authentic British  pub), Goal Mine Wellness Center (offering a unique approach to health and wellness), and  an authentic brick oven pizza concept named European Pizza and Pasta  which serves some of the best pizza in New York City. Minthorne Street is also home to New York’s’ fastest growing micro-brewery The Flagship Brewing Company which boasts an arm’s length menu of fantastic micro-brews. The Brewery has a tasting room which is home to many of Staten Island’s best parties and special events special events and tourists can take a leisurely  tour of the manufacturing facility

Access is easy. The property is located at the Tompkinsville train stop, only one stop from the iconic Staten Island Ferry. There is a parking facility which can be used by patrons of Minthorne Street  as well as street parking. Elevated over the parking facility and currently under construction is Inspiration Point,  a three thousand foot amenity park.

Minthorne Street currently consists of:

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