3501 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, NY 11361
(718) 281 - 1136
DescriptionJackson Hole is located at 3501 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, NY. The small, paved, parking lot has two handicapped spaces. Parking can usually be found on the streets nearby.
There are street-level single doors on either side of the entrance, an entryway and then double-doors to the restaurant itself.
Floors are tiled. There is adequate space between tables. There are also booths and a long counter.
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located in a separate area from the dining room. You must first open the door, enter the area and find the respective men's and ladies' rooms. There are baby-changing stations.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: very close
Paths and walkways: concrete at entrances
Doors: street-level, single door on either side of entrance, entryway , then double-doors to the restaurant
Number of floors: 1
Width of aisles: adequate
Places to sit: tables & chairs, booths, counter service
Location of restrooms: in a separate area from dining room, accessed by a door, then access to men's and ladies' rooms
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessisble
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: yes
Friendliness of staff: very friendly and efficient
Notes: Although the parking lot is small, parking is usually not a problem on one of the nearby streets.
Jackson Hole is a staple in Bayside. One of five, family owned restaurants since 1972, Jackson Hole is always a great place to get an interesting burger (there are 50 specialty style burgers and chicken sandwiches) , Tex-Mex, a salad, vegetarian dish or almost anything else you might want. An early dinner brought four of us here on a recent Saturday.
Since it was early evening, parking in the paved lot was easy. There are two handicapped spaces in a lot which is rather small. When it is busy, parking in the lot can be an issue, but we have never had a problem parking on a nearby street.
There are two, street-level single doors, both leading to an entryway and then double-doors to the restaurant itself.
The retro diner décor is welcoming. There is even a juke box (for those who remember what that is). As in most diners, there is a long counter with stools, booths, tables and chairs. Smooth tile floors and adequate space between tables make navigation manageable.
As is our usual ordering style here, we all had burgers, although each of us ordered a different variety. Cole slaw and pickles on the table are always welcome. Our server was pleasant and efficient, happily accommodating our requests. Jackson Hole is committed to ”buying fresh” and “making all dishes to order.” (website). If you like, you can watch your meal being prepared in the open kitchen. It is impossible to leave here hungry as the orders are quite large. I always wind up taking something home!
The multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restroom area is separated from the dining area by an entry door. Enter this hallway and then find the respective men’s and women’s rooms, equipped with baby-changing stations.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, http://www.jacksonholeburgers.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”