271 Woodcleft Ave, Freeport NY 11520
516 321 0633
DescriptionOtto's is located on The Nautical Mile in Freeport, Long Island.
Parking is on the street or in Otto's lot across Woodcleft Ave.
The entrance to Otto's deck is sidewalk level and open.
The sidewalk is one step up from the street, but there is a curb cut in front of the main entrance to the restaurant.
There are nicely spaced tables and chairs on the boardwalk deck.
Handicapped accessible restrooms are inside the restaurant.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: across the street
Terrain: wood boards on deck
Places to rest: Benches outside main entrance
Paths and walkways: concrete and wood boards
Doors: open entrance
Width of aisles: ample
Places to sit: tables & chairs
Location of restrooms: inside restaurant
Type of restroom: multi-stall handicapped accessible
Ease of entry and exit: fairly easy
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: full service reurant
Friendliness of staff: friendly
Otto’s Sea Grill, established in 1929, is the oldest restaurant on Freeport’s Nautical Mile. It suffered the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy and was completely renovated. On this beautiful day, we sat outside on the boardwalk deck overlooking the water, so I cannot review the main building.
The deck entrance is sidewalk level and there are tables and chairs in the sun and shade. The sidewalk is one step up from the street but there is a curb cut in front of the main entrance to the restaurant. Parking is either on the street or in Otto’s lot across Woodcleft Ave. The restrooms are accessible through the door into the main restaurant There is a slight lip at the entrance to the restroom.
The Nautical Mile is known for its bars and restaurants. On weekends the place is humming, but lunchtime on this day was quiet and lovely. We had a delicious lunch served by a friendly waiter. We were not rushed and were able to sit and view the boats going by.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”