49 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, NY 11548
DescriptionGreenvale Townhouse Restaurant is located just north of Northern Boulevard on Glen Cove Read. Six handicapped spaces are located in the large parking lot at the rear.
There is a ramp to the main entrance. There is a ½ step at the double doors, then a small entryway and another set of double doors. There is a handicapped entrance on the left side of the building, which can be accessed from the parking lot.
Tile and carpet cover the floors. Booths, tables and chairs are well-spaced.A private dining area requires two steps to get to it.
Multi-stall restrooms with a large handicapped stall are located in the hallway leading to the handicapped entrance. There are no baby-changing facilities.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 6
Location of handicapped spaces: rear parking lot
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Paths and walkways: concrete ramps to both entrances, 1/2 step at front entrance
Location of handicapped entrance: on left side of building (as you face it)
Doors: main entrance has double doors, entryway and another set of doors. Handicapped entrance is single door.
Number of floors: 1
Ramps: at main entrance and handicapped entrance
Steps and staircases: 1/2 step into main entrance - no steps at handicapped entrance - two steps to private dining area
Width of aisles: spacious
Places to sit: booths, tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: in hallway near handicapped entrance
Type of restroom: multi-stall, with large handicapped stall - no baby-changing stations
Ease of entry and exit: good
Baby changing station: none
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and accommodating
Notes: Floor covering is tile/carpet
We were headed to the Nassau County Museum of Art and had time for an early lunch so we stopped at the Greenvale Townhouse Restaurant. Located just north of Northern Boulevard on Glen Cove Read, we felt it would be a good place, not far from our destination.
We pulled into the parking lot, deceptively small from the street. As we made our way to the back we saw how large the lot really is. Six handicapped spaces are located here.
We walked back to the main entrance and up the ramp, stopping to look at the koi pond in front of the entrance, complete with a waterfall. At the double-doors we found a small ½ step to enter – a small entryway and another set of double doors. Upon inquiry, we were told that there is a ramp to a handicapped-entrance on the left side of the building. Unless you know about it you would not notice it from the rear parking lot.
Once inside we found a homey, classic inviting atmosphere. Tile and carpet cover the floors. Booths, tables and chairs are well spaced for ease of navigation. A gracious host showed us to a booth. Our server was lovely and “let us be” until we were ready to order. Presented with the usual spiral book sized diner menu it is almost always difficult for me to choose. We both decided on breakfast options. When our food arrived we saw that all of our requests had been honored. Special attention was paid to refilling our coffee cups, for which we are always grateful! The service was pleasant, attentive and professional. What more could one ask for?
Multi-stall restrooms with a large, handicapped stall are located in the hallway leading to the handicapped entrance. There are no baby-changing facilities.
Oops, almost forgot to mention that there is a large, private dining area with two steps leading to it.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website when planning a visit, to “know before you go.” Since the Greenvale Townhouse Restaurant does not have a website we encourage you to call (516) 625–5300 with any questions or concerns.