1759-G Middle Country Road, Centereach, New York 11720
(631) 676 - 7007
Voodoo Crab, Centereach is located at 1759-G Middle Country Road, Centereach. The paved parking lot has two, handicapped (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. There is outdoor seating in three sided tents. There are outdoor heaters.
Two, large, single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restrooms have wheelchair-accessible sinks.
- Attraction Type: dining
Number of handicapped spaces: 2
Location of handicapped spaces: in front of entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: very close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: concrete sidewalk
Location of handicapped entrance: main entrance
Doors: street-level, double doors
Number of floors: 1
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: ample space throughout
Places to sit: tables and chais, banquettes (a step up), full-height bar
Location of restrooms: left side of dining area
Type of restroom: large, handicapped-accessible, single-occupancy
Ease of entry and exit: ok
Baby changing station: no
Friendliness of staff: very friendly and professional
If you have ever been lucky enough to visit “The Big Easy,”(New Orleans), as I was, you must remember that city’s unique spirit, music, fun, and exceptional food and drink. If you haven’t been there, you can get a taste of New Orleans’ at Voodoo Crab, Centereach.
“Voodoo Crab’s goal is to, let the good times roll here on Long Island.” (website) This new venue the third one on Long Island) is making that happen with their good food (Cajun boil and fresh seafood), pleasant service and fun atmosphere.
As the end unit of a new shopping plaza, its large windows create a bright space. Street-level, double doors lead to a small entryway and another single door to the welcome area. I was delighted to see a hand-sanitizer dispenser on the wall. It would have been nice to have a few more throughout, and outside as well. To the left is a full-height bar. To the right are banquettes ( a step up), tables and chairs. During this Covid time, there are plexiglass partitions at the tables. There is ample space to navigate throughout.
If you are not ready to dine indoors, Voodoo Crab has tents (with three side panels), just outside of the entrance. Heat lamps are ready for cooler weather.
Our large group sat outside. Our servers were very pleasant and attentive, making sure that we had everything we requested. The entire staff wore masks and tried to maintain good distance. The lunch specials were delicious. Each item included clam chowder. Voodoo Crab specializes in “seafood boil,” a dish where you get to choose your own seafood, type of boil, seasoning and possible extra items. Based on how good lunch was, I look forward to taking my husband for dinner.
There are two handicapped (van)-accessible parking spaces just in front of the entrance. There is plenty of parking throughout the paved lot.
Two large, handicapped-accessible restrooms have wheelchair-accessible sinks.
Voodoo Crab, Centereach was a delicious and fun experience. Try it for a taste of New Orleans!
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