1626 Broadway, New York, NY 10019
(212) 365 - 3900
DescriptionJunior's, is located at 1626 Broadway, on the corner of 49th St. and Broadway. There is no parking lot or garage. The main entrance is a revolving door. The single door, handicapped entrance is on 49th street
Floors are tile. Seating is at booths, banquettes, tables, a counter and full-height bar, which has handicapped-seating as well. There is ample space between tables. Three steps are required to access the upper level of the dining room.
A ramp at the rear of the main dining area leads to multi-stall restrooms with large, handicapped accessible stalls and baby-changing stations.
- Doors: main entrance has revolving door, handicapped-entrance has ramp to single door
Number of floors: 1
Ramps: leading to restrooms
Steps and staircases: three steps up to raised area of dining room
Width of aisles: ample space between tables
Places to sit: tables, booths, banquettes, full-height bar (with 2 handicapped-accessible seats), counter, high-top tables
Location of restrooms: up ramp in rear of dining room
Type of restroom: multi-stall, with large, handicapped-accessible, and baby-changing station
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: yes
Friendliness of staff: very friendly and helpful
Notes: * Although they do not take reservations for parties of less than ten, they have "call ahead" for less of a wait.
Ruby Foo had been one of our favorite places when headed to the theater. We were quite surprised and saddened one day to find it closed as we were meeting there for dinner. Now, in its place is Junior’s, a 49th street location that has been added to the 45th street outpost of the original Junior’s of Brooklyn fame. We decided to give it a try. They do not take reservations for parties of less than ten, but they do have “call ahead” so that one has less of a wait, which can be lengthy!
The main entrance is now a revolving door, with the single door, handicapped entrance on the 49th Street side of the building. Once inside, the welcome area is large, with seating along the left side and a busy, take-out counter to the right. A variety of seating includes booths, banquettes, a long counter, a full-height bar with two, handicapped-accessible spots, as well as tables. Some areas are more spacious than others. One area of the dining room is raised, requiring three steps up to get to your seat. Make sure to tell the host/hostess about this if it is a problem for anyone in your party. This location seems more open and spacious than the one on 45th street. It also seems to be a bit less hectic. (Just my opinion!)
Our server was an extremely friendly young man, who was very efficient as well. Our orders were perfect and of course, we could not leave without a piece of Junior’s famous cheesecake for dessert!
Multi-stall restrooms with large, handicapped-stalls are located at the end of a ramp in the rear of the main level of the dining room.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.juniorscheesecake.com, when planning a visit, to know before you go.
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