116 Commack Rd Commack NY 11725
(631) 499 5131
DescriptionCatfish Annie's Restaurant & Fish Market is located in a strip mall at 116 Commack Rd in Commack, Long Island. There are two, designated handicapped spaces on the left side of the strip mall where the curb cut is. The store fronts are located one step up from the parking lot.
The restaurant has a single door entry and a corridor past their fresh fish market area, with a right angle turn to get to the seating area. The dining area has ample space between the tables. The single occupancy restrooms are at the end of a long, narrow hallway. They do not have hand rails.
- Surface of lot: paved
Places to rest: no
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk; stone patio in front of entrance
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: no
Width of aisles: a bit narrow to enter and to restroom
Places to sit: tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: rear at end of long hallway
Type of restroom: single occupancy no hand-rails
Ease of entry and exit: a bit tight for wheelchair
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: restaurant and fish store
Friendliness of staff: very friendly
We had not been to Catfish An–n–ies for some time. Dinner with friends changed that. We had remembered it as being very good, and we were not disappointed. Their website says, “Seafood done differently. At Catfish Annie’s we pride ourelves in making the most delicious dishes with the freshest of ingredients.” Our meals make us agree with this assessment.
Two designated handicapped spots are located on the left side of the small, strip mall, with a curb-cut to the sidewalk. If you park in another spot in the lot and don’t walk to the end where the curb cut is, the storefronts are one step up. The restaurant has a single door entrance that leads to the fish market area. Walk past this to the entrance to the dining room. You need to make a turn to the right to get to the dining area. You can also get there from the front, but please check in with the hostess first. There is adequate space between the tables. Nautical designs on the walls, make the atmosphere inviting.
The menu is extensive but our server was quite helpful. Everything was delicious, and there was enough left over for another meal tomorrow! On our way out, we gave some thought to what we might want to purchase from their “fish market” counter.
Single-occupancy restrooms are located in the rear. Unfortunately they do not have handrails. There is no baby-changing station.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to visit a venue’s webiste, www.catfishannies.menu, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”