97 Main Street, Stony Brook, NY 11790
(631) 751 - 1232
DescriptionRobinson's Tea Room is located at 97 Main Street, Stony Brook, in the Stony Brook Village Center. A stone walkway goes to the street-level, double door entrance,
This is a small venue with limited seating. Spacing is a bit tight.
There are some tables and several booths.
The small, single-occupancy restroom is not accessible.
- Attraction Type: dining
Number of accessible spaces: *
Location of accessible spaces: *
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: depends on where you park
Transportation to venue offered: na
Terrain: a bit uphill
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Location of accessible entrance: main entrance
Doors: street-level double doors
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: a bit tight
Places to sit: booths, tables
Location of restrooms: in a corner at the rear
Type of restroom: small, single-occupancy, not accessible
Ease of entry and exit: can be difficult if someone is seated at table near restroom
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: lunch, tea service
Friendliness of staff: very friendly
Notes: there are several accessible parking spaces in different locations in the parking area near the restaurant
Since we were planning to visit the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame, in Stony Book, we wanted a close-by venue for lunch.
Located in the village itself and across the parking lot from the Hall, Robinson’s Tea Room seemed perfect. We did not know that it had very recently reopened with new owners. It turned out to be a perfect choice.
Specializing in afternoon tea service, they offer over 60 varieties of tea to choose from. They also offer lunch choices.
The street-level entrance transported us into a quaint, Victorian decorated space. There is even a full-size, Queen Elizabeth standing near the restroom!
Before going any further, know that this is a very small venue. Its size is the reason that they do not allow strollers. There are a number of booths and several tables. One of the round tables is quite close to the only single-occupancy restroom. Sitting at this table may require one to get up to allow someone to enter the restroom.
Speaking of the restroom, it does not have handrails and the sink is not wheelchair accessible. It would be nice if they added some hand- sanitizer for those who cannot reach the soap. The owner assured us that handrails would be added.
With all of that being said, we had a lovely experience. Our server, couldn’t have been nicer. She made sure to ask about food allergies (which was greatly appreciated), and was patient with our requests. We shared a tea service as well as some extras. Everything was delicious!
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.robinson’stearoom.com, when planning a visit to “know more before you go.”
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