62 Steward Ave, Huntington, NY 11743
(631) 812 - 0056
Toast, Huntington is located at 62 Steward Avenue, Huntington, NY. Parking must be found on the street. Outdoor seating is located on the sidewalk in front of the restaurant.
There are two brick steps to enter the single-door entry. There is a full-height bar, tables and chairs.
Getting to the single-occupancy restrooms requires going up one step. The restrooms are large, but the doors open in. There are handrails, but the sinks are not accessible. There are no baby-changing stations.
- Attraction Type: dining
Surface of lot: na
Distance to venue: depends on where you find a parking space
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Doors: two brick steps up to single door
Number of floors: one
Steps and staircases: two steps to entrance - also a step up to hallway to get to restrooms
Width of aisles: ample space as of today
Places to sit: full-height bar, tables and chairs booths
Location of restrooms: hallway in rear
Type of restroom: single-occupancy, accessible,
Ease of entry and exit: OK, but take note that door opens in
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: friendly yet professional
Notes: *There is no dedicated parking lot. Parking must be found on the street. ** The only entrance is up the two steps.
A friend suggested Toast (Huntington), for an outdoor breakfast on a gorgeous June morning. We didn’t think that at 10:00 am it would be crowded. We were wrong! There was a wait, but it was worth it. Even though seating is on the sidewalk, it is worth it!
Toast has been in Huntington for a long time, so they must be doing something right! Known for their baked, stuffed and scrambled breakfast fare, I can personally attest to the great omelette I had – stuffed with fresh broccoli, turkey and cheese – delicious! My friend’s Huevos Rancheros were excellent as well. Home fries are a combo of white and sweet potatoes, a nice surprise! Now that Covid restrictions have been lifted, we were happy to see that tables and chairs were still being carefully cleaned and wiped down. Our server was lovely and professional. We got our coffee quickly, but were not rushed at any point during our time there.
If you want to eat inside, you will have to negotiate two brick steps to get the the single door entrance. Once inside, there is a full-height counter, tables and chairs on the tile floor. As of today, there was plenty of room between tables, but I suspect that this will change soon.
The other thing to take note of, is that there is a step up to get to the hallway where the restrooms are located. Although the restrooms are large, the doors open in, which might be a problem for some. The restrooms have handrails for accessibility, but the sinks are not wheelchair-accessible. There is a solid cabinet under the sink. There are no baby-changing facilities.
I will definitely be bringing my “better half” here soon! I know he will love it!
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