Info & Directions
27 Hyatt Street, Staten Island, New York 10301
PLEASE NOTE: We do not accept credit cards. In an effort to keep prices and service at an affordable level, we are now only accepting cash. Thank you for your understanding. There is a bank ATM machine conveniently located a few doors down from the restaurant.
Our restaurant is located in the heart of St. George, Staten Island’s historic district.
Public Transportation from Manhattan or Brooklyn:
Take the 1, R, or W train to WhiteHall Street/South Ferry. Enjoy a free scenic 25-minute ride across New York Harbor aboard the Staten Island Ferry. From the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, walk straight across Bay Street up the steps of Borough Hall onto Hyatt Street. We’re right next to the St. George Theatre. It’s a five-minute walk.
From the Verrazano Bridge:
Take lower level and Stay Right. 1st Exit Bay St. Left. Follow Bay to Slosson Terrace and make a Left, and then a quick right on Central, go to the end of that block and we are right across the street.
From the Goethals Bridge:
After toll, take the Staten Island Expressway to Exit 13 (second to last exit) Clove Road. At light, make left onto Clove Road. About a half mile, make right on Victory Blvd. Drive the length of Victory Blvd to Montgomery Ave. Make left at light. Continue up Montgomery to Fort Place. Make right at light and another quick right. Make quick left on to Hyatt Street. Enoteca is on the left.
From Mid-Island/Staten Island Expressway:
Take Exit 14 Narrows Road West/Hylan Blvd. Left on Tompkins Avenue, right on Broad Street, left on Bay Street and drive about two miles to Slosson Terrace. Make left and then a right turn on Central Avenue which ends at Hyatt Street.
Hours: We’re open Wednesday through Sunday from 3pm until everyone goes home!
From 3pm onward, we begin serving our Spuntino menu (small plates).
Our full dinner plates start coming out of the kitchen at 4:30pm till closing.
Your reservation is for a 2 hour seating duration. Also, please make sure your party arrives on time.
Please call for reservations or private parties at (718) 447-2777 or email us at info at enotecamaria dot com.
We are closed Monday and Tuesday. Orders to-go are welcome.
Gift Certificates are available in any denomination at our restaurant.
Posted on April 14, 2015 - by wervil
Everyone loves meals their “nonnas” (grandmothers) make. In this month’s Read Before Eating podcast, Valerie Smaldone speaks with the man behind the popular Enoteca Maria on Staten Island, New York, where each day different nonnas prepare meals that are specific to their region of Italy. Jody Scaravella brings the stories to life in the book NONNA’S HOUSE: Cooking and Reminiscing with the Italian Grandmothers of Enoteca Maria. Valerie also chats with a couple of the authentic nonnas who preside over the kitchen at the restaurant.