Address

333 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, NY 11709

Phone Number

(516) 628 - 3000

Date Visited

08/15/2019

Website

Link to Website

Ocean Restaurant at the Crescent Beach Club,

Description

The Crescent Beach Club is located at 333 Bayville Avenue, Bayville, New York. Parking is available in the large, paved lot. Passengers can be dropped off at the entrance before  going to the parking lot. There are 8 handicapped parking spaces. The street-level double doors lead into the  carpeted, lobby area.

The Ocean Restaurant is one floor up. An elevator  goes to the main dining level as well as to the lower level.

Seating on the outdoor dining area requires going down three steps.  If you ask they may be able to set up a table that does not require any steps. The main dining area is carpeted. The outdoor deck is wooden plank. There are no elevators to the uppermost level only stairs.,

Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located on the main dining area and lower level.  A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom is located on the lower level. There are no baby-changing stations.

Checklist

    Number of handicapped spaces:  *
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  probably better to drop passengers off
    Terrain:  a bit uneven
    Places to rest:  benches at entrance
    Paths and walkways:  paved, stone
    Location of handicapped entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  street-level, double doors
    Number of floors:  4
    Elevators:  *one
    Ramps:  none
    Steps and staircases:  to all levels
    Width of aisles:  spacious, except at highest level
    Places to sit:  tables and chairs, full -height bars
    Location of restrooms:  main dining level and lower level
    Type of restroom:  main floor, multi-stall, handicapped-accessible: lower level, multi-stall and single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible
    Ease of entry and exit:  OK
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Friendliness of staff:  firneldy and courteous
    Notes:  * Sometimes valet parking is available - otherwise handicapped spaces are located within the lot The elevator will take you to the main dining level as well as to the lower level. Access to the outdoor dining area requires three steps. Access to the top floor bar and casual dining space requires 17 steps

Read More

The beginning of August brought me to one of my favorite outdoor dining venues, the Crescent Beach Club in Bayville, NY.  This, establishment, well known for a beautiful wedding setting, is great for a leisurely summer lunch or dinner,  with magnificient views of Long Island Sound. We have been to this venue many times before, but this was our first visit to a private event.


We parked in the large, paved parking lot.  One can easily be dropped off at the street level double door entrance. Sometimes valet parking is available. There are eight handicapped spaces in the lot.


There are seventeen steps to the main dining area, The Ocean Restaurant.  If steps are too much, there is an elevator. The large dining room is beautiful, with lots of glass and some good views.  If your goal is  lunch on the outdoor deck know that there are three steps to reach the outdoor dining tables. If needed, ask the manager about this,  or better yet, call ahead and ask if they would be able to place a table  outside on the main level that would not require any steps. This has been done for us. If you want to go to the very upper level, know that another 17 steps are the only way.


On this day we were headed downstairs, to the room with the beautiful veiw and outdoor area facing Long Island Sound. Just as lovely as dining upstairs.  Tables were well spaced for easy navigation. 


Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located on the main dining level.  Multi-stall, as well as a single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom can be found on the lower level, where  we were today.


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



Location


Nearby

Theodore Roosevelt Park