65 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY 11787
(631)979 - 9113
DescriptionButera's of Smithtown is located at 65 East Main Street, Smithtown, NY.Parking needs to be found on the street or at one of the nearby lots. There are four steps and then a "mini" step to get to the single door entrance, then another door to reach the bar and hostess area.A ramp entry is located on the right side of the building. This door leads directly into one of the dining rooms.
The bar area has smooth fieldstone flooring. The three dining rooms have smooth, hardwood floors. Tables and chairs with ample space between them makes navigating easy.
The restrooms are multi-stall, but not handicapped accessible. There is no baby-changing station.
- Doors: single door, then another door
Number of floors: one floor in each indoor venue
Ramps: to enter
Steps and staircases: 4 steps and then a "mini" step to enter
Width of aisles: ample
Places to sit: tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: behind the hostess desk
Type of restroom: multi-stall, not handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: this is a restaurant
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and attentive
Notes: * Parking has to be found on the street or in one of the nearby lots. ** Ramp to enter takes one directly into one of the dining rooms.
Once we had decided to attend a performance at the Smithtown Performing Arts Center we needed a place to eat. Smithtown has a variety of restaurants to choose from. Our friends suggested Butera’s, on Main Street and close to the theater. Parking can be found on the street, or in a nearby lot.
Four steps up and then a “mini” step got us to the single door entrance, then another door to reach the bar area and hostess desk. A ramp entry is located on the right side of the building. This door leads directly into one of the dining rooms.
The restaurant has a wam feeling, with lots of wood, sconces and wrought iron decor. The dining rooms have hardwood floors, tables and chairs, with ample space between them. The bar area has smooth fieldstone flooring.
Restrooms are mullti-stall, but not handicapped-accessible (no bars).
The menu is described as “New Italian cuisine with northern and southern influences.” (website) Although we were there early on a Saturday evening, we liked the idea that one can make a reservation for any number of people. We enjoyed a delicious, unrushed dinner with very pleasant and attentive service before heading down the street to the theater.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.buteras.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”