80 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787
(631) 387 - 9500
DescriptionAmerican Roadside Burgers is located at 80 East Main Street, Smithtown. Two van-accessible, handicapped parking spaces are just across from the entrance. Four steps or a ramp lead to the double doors, vestibule and another set of double doors.
Order at the counter, find a seat in the spacious dining areas either in a booth or at a table. Food is delivered to your table.
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms have baby-changing stations.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Places to rest: NA
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Doors: doube doors
Ramps: to main entrance
Steps and staircases: 4 steps to entrance
Width of aisles: spacious
Places to sit: booths, tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: in back dining area
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: yes
Friendliness of staff: very friendly
After spending several hours at Caleb Smith State Park we wanted a late lunch. We headed east on Jericho Turnpike into Smithtown. As we came upon American Roadside Burgers we knew we had to stop. We knew nothing about it, except that it “looked nice.”
Parking was easy in the large lot. Two van accessible, handicapped spaces are located just across from the entrance. Four steps or a ramp get you to the double door entrance, vestibule, and another set of double doors to the restaurant itself.
The directions told us to get on line, place our orders at the low counters, take a seat and wait for our orders to be delivered to our table. The menu is large. Burgers (beef, turkey, veggie) can be customized, with lots of choices. There are also salads and chicken. It was interesting to note that they serve wine and beer, unusual for a burger place! We finally made our decisions and placed our order. We then took a seat at one of the large booths. One of the dining areas has very well-spaced tables and chairs, making it very easy to get to a table.
As we waited for our order (not a very long wait) we talked about the décor. Their website calls the restaurant , “…a tribute to American roadside hamburger stands of the past.” (website) The wood décor and “made in USA” stamped on almost everything, give the place a warm atmosphere. Our burgers were delicious as were the sweet potato fries (perfectly done).
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms, with baby-changing stations are easy to enter and exit.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, http://www.americanburgers.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”