541 Port Washington Boulevard, Port Washington, NY 11050
(516) 883 -3122
DescriptionSullivan's Quay is located at 541 Port Washington Boulevard, Port Washington.There is no dedicated parking lot. Parking can be found on the street or in a lot across the street.The street-level, double-door entrance leads to a small entryway and another set of double doors.Once inside, the bar area is to the left and the main dining area is to the right. There is a full-height bar as well as some high tables and chairs. It is separated from the dining room by a glass partition.The main dining area has booths, banquets, tables and chairs that are well-spaced.The smooth flooring is a combination of wood and tile.There is a smaller dining area in back.A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom (with baby-changing station) is located between the main dining area and the smaller one. A flight of stairs at the back of the bar area leads to multi-stall men's and women's rooms.
- Places to rest: two benches in front of restaurant
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Doors: street-level, double doors
Number of floors: 2
Steps and staircases: staircase to lower level restrooms
Width of aisles: good space between tables
Places to sit: booths, banquets, tables& chairs
Location of restrooms: main level and lower level
Type of restroom: main level restrooms is single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible, lower level is multi-stall, not handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: good
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant and accommoding
Notes: * Parking must be found on the street or in a lot across the street.
A very hot day in August, too uncomfortable to dine outdoors (even for me who likes the heat), brought us to Sullivan’s Quay for lunch. Although it is located within walking distance of my friend’s house she had never taken me there. Now that I have been there I will definitely be back.
Unfortunately, they do not have a dedicated parking lot. Parking can be found on the street or in a lot across the street. If you have to drop a passenger off or pick him/her up, there are two benches in front of the restaurant to sit and wait.
The double-door, street-level entrance led to a small entryway and another set of double doors. Once inside we were greeted by a lovely hostess. This was the beginning of a delightful dining experience. The seating options included booths, banquets, tables and chairs, all nicely spaced to allow for both easy navigation and conversation once we were seated. Tile and/or wood floors made walking easy. The warm, inviting décor includes dining walls “adorned with Murals of Architecture from the area of Sullivan’s Quay around the 19th century… Sullivan’s Quay is one of the oldest settled parts of County Cork, Ireland.” (website)
Besides the dining area we sat in, there is a cozy area with book-lined walls and a fireplace in the back. The large bar area (located to the left as you walk in) has a full-height bar and some high bar tables and chairs. This area is separated from the dining area by a glass partition.
Our server was pleasant, professional and efficient. She made sure that we had everything we needed/wanted and made sure to check with us often to see that all was well. The lunch choices were varied and delicious. Just to let you know, the coffee was excellent! It was so nice to have such a relaxed experience.
Sullivan’s Quay has an extensive beer menu, which includes a “Sample Paddle (choice of 4 beers)”.
Their website states that they “…offer a delicious selection of both authentic Irish fare and traditional American favorites, plus some of their own creations…” They offer “…everything from hearty sandwiches and burgers to mouthwatering steaks, seafood and spicy hot wings. “My personal experience is that they have excellent salads as well.
A single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroom (with baby-changing station) is conveniently located on the main level. At the rear of the bar area a flight of stairs leads to men’s and women’s multi-stall restrooms.
Sullivan’s Quay was a delightful experience. I can’t wait to take my husband there for dinner!
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, http://www.sullivansquay.com , when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”