Central Park West
(212) 873 - 3400
DescriptionCaffe Storico is located at 170 Central Park West, inside the New York Historical Society.
Entry is either from the museum or on 77th Street. There is a double door entrance from the museum. On 77th Street a ramp or steps lead to the double door hallway and then another set of doors to the restaurant itself.
Banquettes, tables and chairs have adequate space between them. some areas roomier than others.
One must exit the restaurant to use the and handicapped-accessible restrooms, located in the hallway of the museum.
- Location of handicapped entrance: at 77th Street entrance, or directly from main floor or the NY Historical Society
Doors: 2 sets of double doors
Ramps: to enter the building
Width of aisles: adequate
Places to sit: banquettes, tables & chairs
Location of restrooms: in hallway of museum
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: good
Baby changing station: yes
Friendliness of staff: pleasant & professional
Notes: * There is no dedicated parking. Parking must be found on the street or at a nearby garage.
On our last visit to the New York Historical Society we did not have time to stop for something to eat in this beautiful cafe. This time, here for the Al Hirschfeld exhibit, we made sure to visit this lovely Italian restaurant, located inside the museum.
We entered from the museum, but museum admission is not required. You can enter on 77 Street using either the steps or ramp.
We were impressed by the beautiful decor; high ceilings, chandeliers, and walls lined with mostly white dinnerware. All of this gives an open, airy feeling to the space.
Banquettes, tables and chairs have ample space between them.
Handicapped-accessible restrooms are located in the hallway of the museum.
The cafe, with an all Italian wine list, serves lunch, brunch, and dinner as well as a late afternoon menu (from 3 – 5 pm). Reservations are accepted.
The decor is impressive, our food was delicious and the service was professional. What more could one ask for?
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.nyhistory.org, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”