Address

33 Berry Hill Road, Syosset, NY 11891

Phone Number

(516) 364 - 2144

Date Visited

01/09/2016

Website

Link to Website

Grillfire, Syosset

Description

Grillfire is located at 33 Berry Hill Road, Syosset. It is at the south end of a row of stores. The paved, parking lot next door has no handicapped spaces.

There is a curbcut from the parking lot to the brick walkway in front of the street level, double door entrance.  There is another set of double doors to the hostess desk.

The one floor restaurant has smooth floors throughout. A  bar and lounge area are up front, booths are in the center dining area with tables and chairs in the back dining area.  Ample space between tables allows easy navigation.

Multi-stall restrooms are located in the rear dining area. A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom, with baby-changing station is located in the front dining area.

Checklist

    Number of handicapped spaces:  0
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  very close
    Terrain:  flat
    Places to rest:  bench in front of restaurant
    Location of handicapped entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  double doors, entryway, another set of double doors
    Steps and staircases:  none
    Width of aisles:  roomy
    Places to sit:  booths, tables and chairs
    Location of restrooms:  multi-stall located in rear dining area, single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible located in front dining area
    Ease of entry and exit:  OK
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Friendliness of staff:  pleasant and efficient

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We had tried to meet frient Grillfire (formerly Mim’s), several times since they opened, but something always seemed to keep us from getting there. We finally made it on a Saturday eevening after a movie.  Since they serve until eleven on Saturday we were able to get there in plenty of time for a leisurely supper.


Grillfire is located at the south end of a row of stores on Berry Hill Road.  There are no handicapped spaces in the paved lot next to the restaurant.  There is a curb cut from the lot to the brick walkway in front of the restaurant.


Street level, double doors, an entryway, and another set of double doors lead to the hostess desk.


The restaurant has been nicely redecorated with a combination of booths, tables and chairs. The back dining areas was easy to get to, and had ample space to navigate between tables.


Grillfire’s website says there is an “upbeat atmosphere with whimsical pressentations on the user-friendly menu.”  There is a culture of “taking care of the guest”… and a focus on authentic regional and adopted international dishes…” We can agree with these statements.  We were pleasantly surprised to be served fresh, soft pretzels with mustard rather than the usual bread basket.  Each of us enjoyed our orders (I loved the veggie burger), and it was nice that they left a carafe of water on the table so that we didn’t have to keep bothering our pleasant and efficient server.We did not have any room for dessert but were delighted by the cotton candy that arrived at the end of our meal.


Multi-stall restrooms are located in the rear dining area.  A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom with a baby-changing station is located in the front dining area.


Grillfire was a pleasant experience that we will definitely want to have again.


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



Location


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