1759-G Middle Country Road, Centereach, New York 11720

Phone Number

(631) 676 - 7007

Date Visited



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Voodoo Crab, Centereach


Voodoo Crab, Centereach is located at 1759-G Middle Country Road, Centereach. The paved parking lot has two, (van)-accessible, parking spaces in front of the double-door, street-level, entrance. A small entryway and another single door lead to the welcome area.

Indoor seating is at tables and chairs, banquettes (a step up), and a full-height bar. 

Multi-stall restrooms have a large, accessible stall and wheelchair-accessible sinks. There is no baby-changing station.


    Attraction Type:  dining
    Number of accessible spaces:  two
    Location of accessible spaces:  directly in front of main entrance
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  very close
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  flat
    Places to rest:  na
    Paths and walkways:  concrete sidewalk
    Location of accessible entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  street-level, double doors
    Number of floors:  1
    Elevators:  no
    Ramps:  no
    Steps and staircases:  none
    Width of aisles:  adequate space throughout
    Places to sit:  tables and chais, banquettes (a step up), full-height bar
    Location of restrooms:  in hallway on left side of dining area
    Type of restroom:  multi-stall, with a large, accessible stall
    Ease of entry and exit:  easy
    Baby changing station:  no
    Available food services:  lunch, dinner
    Friendliness of staff:  very friendly and professional

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With Mardi Gras in full swing in New Orleans, and Fat Tuesday just ten days aways, we wanted a New Orleans type experience for lunch. Voodoo Crab in Centereach proved to be perfect for us, their goal being to “let the good times roll here on Long Island.” Our delicious lunch and lovely service certainly made for a really good time.

Located in a small strip center on Middle Country Road, you cannot see it from the street. You need to have the address and drive into the parking lot. It is the last venue of the strip. Parking is plentiful in the paved lot with two accessible spaces directly in front of the street-level, double door entrance. There is a small entryway and then a single door to the restaurant itself. 

We were greeted  warmly by the hostess and shown to a roomy booth. Take note that there is a step to get into each of the booths, so if that is a problem, ask for a table instead. The space between tables is adequate, if not extremely roomy.

The tables are covered with brown paper, and rolls of paper towels sit in the center. We soon found out how handy those towels would come in.

Even though we have been to New Orleans, we have never had a Seafood Boil. We decided that today was the day. It turned out to be an interesting, delicious and fun experience!

Ordering a “boil” is a process. First you select your seafood. My better half had a snow crab and headless shrimp combo, I ordered crawfish and headless shrimp. Next you choose your sauce. My better half had Juicy Cajun and I chose Voodoo Experience, which is a mixture of all. Step three is to decide your spice level. Mine was  zero (non-spicy) and my other half chose medium spicy. Finally, there are some options you can add. We were told that your seafood choices are boiled first and then put into a plastic bag with the sauce and spice level that you chose. It is all mixed together along with several pieces of corn on the cob and potatoes and presented to you still in the bag. You can choose to open the bag and eat it from there, or if you prefer, your server will make sure that everything gets a last mixing up and then opens the bag and slowly empties it onto your tray, making sure to get every last drop of sauce along with everything else. 

It was at that moment that we knew why we had been given a packet with a plastic bib and plastic gloves. This was definitely “finger food.” We donned our gloves and bib and dug in. Even though it was work, it was so worth it. Everything was yummy – messy to eat but, delicious. Trust us, if you order a boil, make sure to wear the gloves and bib – you will need them!  This combo came with two pieces of lightly toasted Italian bread, which was used to clean up every last bit of sauce. It also came with a nice clam chowder for a starter. This meal was definitely a fun experience! There are other things on the menu as well, but I must say that most of the people at nearby tables were enjoying the same thing Take .note that there are other options as well. Sandwiches at lunch and a much fuller menu at dinner.

Multi-stall restrooms with a large, accessible stall are located in the hallway, past the full-height bar. The door is easy to open. Unfortunately, there is not baby-changing station.

As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website,, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.” 

This is one of three locations thus far. A forth is on the way. We can only hope that they are all this good. We will be trying them out! 



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