97 Main Street, Stony Brook, NY 11790

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(631) 751-1895

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Crazy Beans, Stony Brook


Crazy Beans, Stony Brook, is located at 97 Main Street, Stony Brook, in the Village Center. Handicapped (van)-accessible spaces are located throughout the paved parking lot. Street-level, double doors lead to the tile floored restaurant.

Space is tight between the booths, tables, and full-height counter.

There is one, small, single-occupancy, restroom. It has bars, but the sink is not accessible. It is too small for a wheelchair. There is no baby-changing station.


    Attraction Type:  dining
    Number of accessible spaces:  *
    Location of accessible spaces:  *
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  depends on where you park
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  a bit uphill
    Places to rest:  benches in Village Square
    Paths and walkways:  concrete sidewalks
    Location of accessible entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  street-level, double doos
    Number of floors:  1
    Elevators:  no
    Ramps:  none
    Steps and staircases:  none
    Width of aisles:  tight
    Places to sit:  booths, tables, full-height counter
    Location of restrooms:  to the right of the counter
    Type of restroom:  small, single-occupancy, has bars, sink is not accessible and too small for a wheelchair
    Ease of entry and exit:  location makes it difficult to enter
    Baby changing station:  no
    Available food services:  breakfast and lunch
    Friendliness of staff:  extremely friendly and professional
    Notes:  * accessible parking can be found around the village and in the parking lot below.

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If you are going to the Long Island Music Hall of Fame, or an afternoon performance at the Jazz Loft, Crazy Beans, located right in Stony Brook Village, is a great place for breakfast or lunch (they close at 3:00 on Weekdays and 4:00 on Weekends). It’s even great if you just take a walk around the lovely area. This is a cozy venue, with retro-decor ( red, black and white).The food is great, the service lovely. Their specialty coffees are a real treat. My cappuccino was perfectly made, with the foam lasting all the way to the bottom. 

We need to caution you however, that this may not be the best choice for a wheelchair user. Although the street-level, double doors make entry easy, once inside you are met with narrow aisles, which may make navigation difficult. The single-occupancy restroom is located in a corner, making it difficult to enter.  Although it may be technically “accessible,” due to handrails, it is too small to accommodate a wheelchair. 

Now that you know the above, let’s continue. Accessible parking is available around the Village. No matter where you park there is some walking involved to get to the entrance. Once you open those door you are “in.” Although this is a relatively small space, they have managed to fit in quite a lot; booths, tables and a full-height counter (bar).  As we said before, there is not much space between tables, or anywhere else!

Both the food and service have been great each time I have been here. On this particular day, my omelette was done exactly as I had requested and my cappuccino was PERFECT! Anything I have ever tried here has been declicious. My server, as always, was lovely.

As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website,, when planning a visit to “know before you go.”



Avalon Park and Preserve
Long Island Music Hall of Fame
The Jazz Loft