721 Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma (in Gatelot Plaza)
(631) 648 - 4430
Crazy Crepe Cafe is located at 721 Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma.
There are two accessible spaces in the paved parking lot, near the street-level, single door entrance.
Tables and chairs have adequate space between them to navigate. Food and drink are ordered at the low counter and brought to your table.
There is a single-occupancy restroom in the rear. It has one handrail. The sink is not wheelchair accessible.
- Attraction Type: dining
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: nothing outside
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Doors: street-level, single door
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: na
Width of aisles: adequate space
Places to sit: tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: in rear
Type of restroom: single -occupancy, one handrail next to toilet, sink is not wheelchair accessible
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and helpful
Notes: * There are two accessible parking spaces close to the entrance. Two others are father away.
A business event brought me to the Crazy Crepe Cafe in Lake Ronkonkoma for the first time. Let me say that it will not be my last. It may not be at this particular location (there are two others in Smithtown and Selden), but I will definitely be visiting and bringing others with me.
This branch is located in Gatelot Plaza. The paved, parking lot has two accessible spaces a bit away from the street-level, single door entrance.
Crazy Crepe’s mission is “…to sell an innovative yet traditional product and provide our customers with an experience worth coming back to.” (website) They definitely achieved their mission for me.
The entrance leads to a welcoming venue. Tile floors, wooden tables and chairs, with adequate space between them, and even a children’s area, invite you to order something delicious at the low counter, grab some coffee and have a seat while your order is prepared. Everything is fresh and made to order. My table companions tried an apple harvest crepe, apple pie crepe, a classic crepe (with ham and cheese) and an Italian one. Everyone reported that their choice was excellent. The nice variety of specialty coffees make you forget about Starbucks and just enjoy the food, atmosphere and company. We really should remember about great local places such as this one. The servers were very pleasant and quite helpful with any questions people had about the menu. FYI – there are two tables outside, on the sidewalk.
Everyone agreed that this was a great choice for a fun event! Most of us who had never been here agreed that we would either be back here or try one of their other locations.
There is a single-occupancy restroom in the rear. Unfortunately, there is only one handrail, and the sink is not wheelchair accessible. There is no baby-changing station.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, when planning a visit, to help “know before you go.”