108 Terry Road, Smithtown, NY 11787
(631) 360 -9227
09 - 17 - 20
DescriptionMaureen's Kitchen is located at 108 Terry Road, Smithtown, NY A paved parking lot with 2 handicapped spaces is near one entrance ramp that leads to the main entrance. This entrance requires going through two doors to the main dining area. Another ramp is located on the other side of the building. This ramp allows direct entry into the main dining area.
There are booths, tables and chairs, and a counter in the main dining area. Seating is also available in the glass enclosed porch areas. Tables are close together, so the aisles are narrow.
Outdoor dining is now happening in an area set up in the parking lot.
Large, single occupancy handicapped accessible restrooms have baby changing stations.
- Attraction Type: dining
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Terrain: fairly flat
Paths and walkways: concrete
Doors: 2 sets to main entrance
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: 3 steps
Width of aisles: narrow in the enclosed porch area
Places to sit: tables and chairs, counters, booths
Location of restrooms: in rear of dining room
Type of restroom: large, single-occupancy, handicapped -accessible, wheelchair-accessible sink
Ease of entry and exit: slight incline to restroom level
Baby changing station: yes
Available food services: breakfast, brunch, lunch
Friendliness of staff: pleasant and efficient
Notes: * There are ramps on either side of the building. One ramp by handicapped parking leads to main entrance that has 2 sets of doors. Ramp on other side leads directly into restaurant.
Maureen Derbach first opened her restaurant on Terry Road in Smithtown to feed hungry truckers and the townspeople. It became so popular that it moved across the street to a large Victorian mansion. When taking a trip out east or visiting Stony Brook, make a point to stop there for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Since the restaurant is so popular, you may have to wait for a table. While waiting, enjoy looking at all the whimsical items in this cow themed restaurant. We have never seen so much “”cowabilia”” in one place. Even the tablecloths are black and white. This is a venue we have always liked. When we stopped here for a late lunch, we were happy that we did not have to wait for an outdoor table.
Parking is in a paved lot on the restaurant grounds. Overflow parking is across the street. There are two ramps up to the restaurant. The ramp near the designated handicapped spots leads to the main entrance two sets of doors into the main dining area. The other ramp goes to a door that opens directly into the restaurant.
Right now, part of the parking lot has been turned into an outdoor dining area. It’s nice that they have kept their theme with cow tablecloths and chairs. Tables are very well spaced. Menus can be scanned on your phone. Specials are on a large chalkboard. All of the staff had masks. Tableware and utensils are reusable.
Inside, you will find booths, tables, and counter service in the main dining area. Seating is also available in an enclosed porch area. In order to maximize space, the tables out here are pretty close together (with some roped off.) The aisles are not very wide. The manager assured us they accommodate wheelchairs by seating them at front tables or on the porch. Our server was very lovely and attentive, making sure we had enough coffee, etc. Although known for their breakfast items, lunch is equally good!
Large single-occupancy, handicapped accessible restrooms with baby changing stations are in the rear of the dining room. If you are seated outside, it is easy to get to the restrooms by using the ramp.
Be advised, this restaurant is cash only. It doesn’t have a website, only a Facebook page, so call or check Facebook for hours.