Eating, Drinking and Recreation
Enjoy delicious food and a thriving atmosphere at destinations along 1st Ave.
With over a half dozen neighborhood restaurants to choose from, like Sharaku Japanese Restaurant and Mikaku Japanese Restaurant, Stuyvesant Town residents can wine and dine themselves any night of the week. To add to that, a neighborhood chain-restaurant spot is Red Mango. The restaurant is located on 1st Ave.
Patrons and humble admirers of the arts would do well to observe the calendar of events at Slipper Room.
For a more inclusive list of places to hang, drink and chill in Stuyvesant Town, browse the Yelp page.
If you're searching for something unique and thoughtful, Art Fairs Unlimited Llc is on Stuyvesant Oval.
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Living, Demographics and Costs
Being a metro area in New York, Stuyvesant Town is similar in price to Downtown. On average a household in Stuyvesant Town spends $83.5K/year in total expenditures, compared to Downtown's $84.2K/year.
Stuyvesant Town is similar to Downtown in a few ways. The median age of its residents is 38, compared to a median age of 37 in Downtown. They also are comparable by average household size -- 1.89 inhabitants per household in Stuyvesant Town and 1.61 in Downtown. By the percentage of households with children in Stuyvesant Town and Downtown, 14% and 15% have children, respectively.
The average take-home income in Stuyvesant Town is $126.3K, which is along the lines of Downtown's. Stuyvesant Town is home to many residents with a master's degree or greater.