1 Park Lane, Massapequa Park, NY 11758
(516) 799 -8877
Big Daddy's is located at 1 Park Lane, Massapequa. The small parking lot has one accessible space very close to the street-level, single door entrance. On weekends there is valet parking.
Once inside navigation is easy with tile floors and lots of space between tables. There are some booths and a full-height bar.
There is a large, single-occupancy, accessible restroom, as well as multi-stall restrooms with a large, accessible stall and accessible sinks. There are no baby-changing facilities.
- Attraction Type: dining
Number of handicapped spaces: 1
Location of handicapped spaces: near entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: na
Location of handicapped entrance: street-level, main entrance
Doors: single door, entryway, then another single door
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: no
Width of aisles: spacious
Places to sit: tables & chairs, booths, full-height bar
Location of restrooms: *
Type of restroom: *
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very friendly and efficient
Notes: * A single-occupancy, accessible restroom is located towards the back of the left dining area. Two, single-occupancy (non- accessible restrooms are located in the dining area to the right of the bar (there are booths in this dining area)
Seven days to “Fat Tuesday”(Mardi Gras), the last day of Carnival season. An ad for “Big Daddy’s ” New Orleans Restaurant made me think of my visit to New Orleans and its fabulous food. Of course, I needed to check it out.
We arrived to find a small parking area, with one accessible space, directly in front of the restaurant. If it’s full, there is street parking. On Friday and Saturday there is valet parking.
A street-level, single-door entrance led to a small entryway, and another door into the restaurant itself. The second door requires a sharp right turn, but it is doable even with a wheelchair.
We were greeted by an amiable young man who led us to our table. The restaurant was fairly quiet on a weekday lunchtime. We were told that evening and weekends were much different. Jazz brunch on Sundays and music in the evenings soundedreat to us. After tasting our “Po-Boys,” and taking in the atmosphere, we could understand how crowded this place could get. Reservations are recommended.
The restaurant is easily navigable with tile floors and lots of space between tables.
The decor is very “New Orleans,” from the purple and gold color scheme, to the photos and artwork. We loved it!
We enjoyed a delicious lunch while discussing when we would be back for the music and food. “Creole, Cajun, and a little bit of soul,” make for a great place.
A large, single-occupancy, accessible restroom is located towards the back of the left dining area. Single-occupancy (not accessible) restrooms are located in the dining area to the right of the bar. There is no baby-changing station
Big Daddy’s seems to be a fun place with great food and nice servcice. We must get back here for the Sunday jazz brunch! Check the website for special events and dining specials.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.bigdaddysny.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”