54 New Street, Huntington, NY 11743
DescriptionThe Shed is located at 54 New Street, Huntington. Parking may be found on the street, or in the Municipal lot across the street.
There are two steps up to the single door entrance, entryway and another single door. To the right of the outdoor patio there is one step down to the patio. One can then cross the patio, go up the inclilne and enter the restaurant here.
The large dining room is spacious, with ample space between tables. The full-height bar/lounge area has some booths. Seating on the outdoor patio is a bit tight.
Multi-stall restrooms have narrow stalls. There are no handrails or baby-hanging stations.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: across the street
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk; stone patio in front of entrance
Doors: two steps up to single door
Number of floors: one
Ramps: slight ramp from patio to indoor dining
Steps and staircases: two steps from street to main entrance
Width of aisles: spacious inside, a bit tight on the patio
Places to sit: tables, booths, full-height bar
Location of restrooms: in hallway to right of bar
Type of restroom: multi-stall, not handicapped -accessible
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: polite and efficient
Notes: * parking may be on street or lot across the street ** lot has handicapped spaces *** there is a step down from walkway to outdoor patio, where one can then cross the patio, go up the incline and get to the restaurant entrance
Severeal errands in Huntington had a looking for a place for a late lunch. The Shed was recommended to us, so off we went. Since we already had a parking space on a nearby street, this was a “no brainer!” If you cannot get street parking, there is a municipal lot directly across the street. Although I was told on the phone that the restaurant is wheelchair-accessible, this is not quite the case. There are two steps up to the single door entrance, which I was told about. We were directed to go around to the right of the outdoor patio and enter through the patio. Unfortunately, there is a step down to the patio. From here one can walk across and up the incline to the entrance.
Since it was a nice day we opted to sit outside. Although it was a bit cool, the two heatlamps on the patio were great for keeping us comfortable. In case you are still chilly, The Shed has blankets for you. Seating on the patio is a bit tight, but inside is a different story. The large dining room is quite spacious, with plenty of space to navigate. The full-height bar/lounge area has several booths. The website says they serve, “…homey American dishes from morning to night in a relaxed venue with rustic-chic touches.” (website)
Our server was polite and efficient, making sure everything was to our liking, our water glasses and coffee cups filled. We had a lovely, unhurried lunch in a relaxed setting.
The restrooms are located in a hallway to the right of the bar. Unfortunately, they are not handicapped-accessible. The stalls are small and do not have handrails, something important to many with mobility challenges. There are no baby-changing stations.
If you can do the step, and are OK without handrails in the restrooms, this is a great place.
As always, we atDestination Accessible, advise you to check a venue’s website, www.intheshed.com, when planning a visit, to know before you go.
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