97 Main Street, Stony Brook, NY 11790

Phone Number

(631) 675 - 6964

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Link to Website

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 a bit tight between the booths, tables, and full-height counter.

There is one, small, single-occupancy, handicapped- accessible restroom. There is no baby-changing station.


    Location of handicapped spaces:  scattered throughout the parking lot
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  close
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  a bit uphill
    Places to rest:  benches in Village Square
    Paths and walkways:  concrete sidewalks
    Location of handicapped entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  street-level, double doos
    Number of floors:  1
    Elevators:  no
    Ramps:  none
    Steps and staircases:  none
    Width of aisles:  a bit tight
    Places to sit:  booths, tables, counter service
    Location of restrooms:  to the right of the counter
    Type of restroom:  small, single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible
    Ease of entry and exit:  OK
    Baby changing station:  no
    Available food services:  this is a restaurant
    Friendliness of staff:  very friendly and efficient

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After a lovely walk at Avalon Park and Preserve we headed to the Stony Brook Village Center and Crazy Beans.  This is the third location for this happy venue, serving breakfast, brunch, and  lunch until 4:00 pm.

Located in the Stony Brook Village Center, the “vibe is retro,” (website) at this cozy place. The red, white, and black décor, is reminiscent of “Happy Days.”

Parking is plentiful in the paved, parking lot, with handicapped (van)-accessible spaces located throughout. 

Being  Sunday brunch time, we had to wait. We were able to sit comfortably on one of the benches in the Village Square with our beeper, waiting to be summoned.

When our beeper went off we made our way to the street-level, double door entrance. The restaurant  is not as large as it appears from the outside.  There are booths, tables and chairs, as well as a full height counter. The space is a bit tight. Getting to the single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom (also a bit small), can be a problem. Located to the right of the counter, one must negotiate a close table and booth.

The menu is varied, the coffee choices amazing, the service friendly and efficient.  Everything was fresh and cooked to order. It was worth the wait!

If you want to know the story of the owners visit the website. It will make you smile!

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



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