2237 Jericho Turnpike, Commack, NY 11725

Phone Number

(631) 462 - 5931

Date Visited



Link to Website

White Castle


White Castle, Commack, is located at 2237 Jericho Turnpike. The large, paved parking lot has three accessible spaces near the street-level, single doors.
There  is adequate space between the booths, tables and chairs, and several high-top tables, all of which are bolted in place.
There are two, large, accessible, single-occupancy restrooms. The one on the right  has a baby-changing station.


    Attraction Type:  dining
    Number of accessible spaces:  3
    Location of accessible spaces:  near main entrance
    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  close
    Transportation to venue offered:  na
    Terrain:  flat
    Places to rest:  na
    Paths and walkways:  concrete sidewalk
    Location of accessible entrance:  main entrance
    Doors:  two, street-level, single doors
    Number of floors:  1
    Elevators:  na
    Ramps:  na
    Steps and staircases:  no
    Width of aisles:  adequate space throughout
    Places to sit:  booths, tables and chairs (both high and low)
    Location of restrooms:  a little beyond the counter where one orders
    Type of restroom:  large, accessible, single-occupancy
    Ease of entry and exit:  ok
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Available food services:  breakfast, lunch, dinner
    Friendliness of staff:  extremely friendly and efficient

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While we know that Valentine’s Day 2023 is over, we cannot let this month pass without telling you about a delightful way to do something special for Valentine’s Day 2024. 

White Castle is definitely not considered “fine dining”, yet everything about our experience was considerably better, and certainly more fun, than we have had at some “fine dining” venues. 

Of course, I needed to know more about this event. A bit of research gave me some info on the subject. White Castle was founded in 1921, but the Valentine’s Day idea did not begin until 1991, with an idea from two women in two different locations. It began with just taking reservations and grew from there. All White Castles are company owned, but each location is allowed to create their own Valentine traditions. Now that we know each one is different, we will try for a different location next year.

Before going any further, know that you MUST make a reservation well in advance. This was the first year I got one. I made ours about a month before Valentine’s Day.

Our experience at Commack was such fun! When we walked into the street-level, double doors we were welcomed by a host who escorted us to our table. The entire place was decorated for the day, decorations on the walls and ceiling! Our name was on a large card on our table, showing that it was reserved for us!  The attention to detail was incredible – a vase with fresh roses, fabric tablecloths, even Valentine inspired confetti on each table!  Water was brought to the table as we looked at the menu. There were several Valentine “specials” as well as everything else the Castle offers. This is the one day a year that White Castle offers table service. We did not have to walk up to the counter to order. Our server couldn’t have been nicer, pleasant and professional. He clearly wanted us to have the best experience and he seemed to be having a good time as well!

As far as our meal, we had traditional White Castle fare, a “Love Cube Meal” in a box: sliders (tiny square hamburgers), onion rings and fries. The “Desserts On-a-Stick”  we tried were a Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake and Fudge-Dipped Brownie. The Cheesecake was the winner!

Everyone was obviously having a good time. Some people were dressed for a party, others not so much. Some people came with families or friends, some were couples like us. It was fun to look around and see the good moods! 

There was even an area on one of the walls decorated for picture taking – and we did. With the kindness of our server we have a photo memory of a special evening!

There is adequate room to navigate among the tables, and booths. There are even two high-top tables.

Two, large, single-occupancy restrooms are accessible. The one on the right has a baby – changing station.

I cannot say enough nice things about all of the staff. Everyone worked together to make sure that everything ran seamlessly. They did a great job and always had a smile on their faces.

We can’t wait to do this again!

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




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