49 E. Main Street, Patchogue, NY 11772
(631) 569 - 2767
DescriptionPublic House 49 is located at 49 E. Main Street, Patchogue. Parking can be found on the street or in one of the lots behind the buildings on both sides of Main Street. The street-level door leads to a hallway and another door. The restaurant is quite spacious. There is a long, full-height bar, mostly hi-top tables and a few regular height tables at the rear. There is a large, "private area" which can be combined when needed.
Multi-stall restrooms (not handicapped-accessible) are located in the rear of the main area. Large, single-occupancy restrooms (not handicapped-accessible) are located through the door to the private area.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: easier to drop passenger off in front of the restaurant
Transportation to venue offered: no
Places to rest: benches on sidewalk along Main Street
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalks
Doors: street-level, double-doors, hallway, another single door
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: ample space between tables
Places to sit: full-height bar, high and low tables
Location of restrooms: in rear of main dining area, and in private dining area
Type of restroom: main dining room has multi-stall (not handicapped-accessible, other area has single-occupancy, not handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and helpful
Notes: * Handicapped parking spaces are available in the two large lots.
We arrived in Patchogue early enough to have some dinner before the performance at the Patchogue Theater. Metered street parking was easy on this Monday evening. If you are unable to park on the street there is plenty of parking in the large municipal lots behind Main Street. With my husband wanting a burger and me wanting someplace close to the theater Public House 49 was the answer. Just several stores from the theater we came to the street-level double door entrance, hallway and another door to this spacious venue. A combination of brick and wood, a tin ceiling and ceiling fans give the restaurant an air of “old pub.” There is a very long, full-height bar and mostly high-top tables, There are a few “regular height” tables in ignthe rear. It is quite spacious, making navigation easy. There are also a few tables out front- on the sidewalk.
Being early on a Monday evening, it was quiet in here. Someone I work with told me that weekend evenings are a totally different story, with lots of adtivity and a clubby atmosphere! Our server was lovely and helpful, answering all of our questions and making sure our order was correct.
The restroom situation is as follows. Multi-stall, non-handicapped-accessible restrooms are located in the rear of the main dining area. If you go through the door into the “private” area, there are two, single-ocupancy restrooms. It is too bad that they are not handicapped-accessible.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.publichouse49.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go,”