108 Terry Road, Smithtown, NY 11787

Phone Number

(631) 360 -9227

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Maureen’s Kitchen


Maureen'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 (breakfast & lunch)
    Number of accessible spaces:  2
    Location of accessible spaces:  near main entrance
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  close
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  fairly flat
    Places to rest:  na
    Paths and walkways:  concrete
    Location of accessible entrance:  the main entrance is accessible as well as a single-door entrance on the side of the building
    Doors:  single-door, entryway, and another single door at main entrance - single door at side entrance
    Number of floors:  1
    Elevators:  na
    Ramps:  *2
    Steps and staircases:  3 steps
    Width of aisles:  space is adequate to maneuver
    Places to sit:  tables and chairs, counters, booths
    Location of restrooms:  in rear of dining room
    Type of restroom:  two,, single-occupancy, -accessible, restrooms with 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:  very pleasant and efficient
    Notes:  * There are ramps on either side of the building. One ramp near accessible parking leads to main entrance that has 2 sets of doors. Ramp on other side leads directly into restaurant.

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Maureen’s Kitchen is an institution on Long Island. Located in a large, Victorian mansion, the cheery cow theme, (cowhide covered booths, cow figurines, clocks, wall hangings, etc.). make for a fun experience. All of this is nice to look at while you wait for a table. Maureen’s is so popular that you may well have to wait. 

This is a venue that is well worth the wait. Delicious food, friendly, gracious service, and accessibility make Maureen’s a great choice for breakfast or lunch. Take note that they are only open until 2:00 pm, they do not take reservations,  AND they only accept cash! 

We had not been here is some time and have to say that it is just as wonderful as in the past.

Parking is in the paved lot on the restaurant grounds. Overflow parking is across the street. During the warm weather, part of the parking lot is taken by tables for outdoor dining.

There are two ramps to enter.The ramp near the designated accessible parking spaces leads to the main entrance, with two sets of door into the main dining area. The other ramp (on the side) goes to a single door that opens directly into the dining area. 

Inside, you will find booths, tables and counter service in the main dining area. Seating is also available in an enclosed porch area. Although we would not call the aisles “spacious” there is adequate space to navigate. We were assured that wheelchairs are accommodated with seating at front tables or on the porch. 

The menu is nothing short of amazing. I had forgotten how many varieties of omelettes, pancakes, sandwiches, there were. Everything is fresh! I had never had an omelette with eggplant before today, but I will surely order it again. Eggplant, asparagus, roasted pepper and mozzarella was a delicious combination! My lunch partner had egg whites, spinach, turkey, onions and muenster cheese in her omelette – another winner! Out coffee cups were never empty. Our lovely server made sure to keep them filled as she asked us if we needed anything. I couldn’t pass up a pistachio muffin to take home to my better half!

Two, accessible, single-occupancy restrooms, with baby-changing stations, are in the rear of the dining room (behind the booths). It would be nice if the highchairs near the doors to the restrooms were moved elsewhere, making it easier for those with walkers and wheelchairs to enter and exit.

Maureen’s Kitchen is as great as I had remembered it and I will happily return.

As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website (or in this case their Facebook Page), when planning a visit.

We know you will enjoy it as much as we do!



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