Amityville Music Hall
There is metered street parking in front of the venue, and a public lot behind the venue with accessible spots. There isn't a curb cut near the venue though. The Amityville Long Island Railroad station is a few minutes away from the venue, but they only have escalators, no elevators or ramps.
Their website currently has NO accessibility information. However, if you email them at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your needs they will try their best to accommodate you as best as they can.
The venue is not wheelchair accessible, but they have been carried wheelchairs into the venue in the past through the back door, allowing one to "jump the line." You may also be allowed to enter through the back even if you are not a wheelchair user.
The whole venue is on different levels. There is one step to get in at the front door (no railing), and when you're coming in through the back door there are two steps. To get from the bar/bathroom/merch area to the stage area there are 2 or 3 steps. There are also steps to get on stage.
As of December 2018, AMH has a small accessible seating area. It is in the back of the venue, right in front of the sound desk. It is comprised of two high back barstools and a table in front of them to keep other fans at a slight distance from those in the seats. It's unclear if this area is always there, so if someone needs to sit it would be best to contact the venue in advance so they can set it up.
"While sitting there, I felt safe that no one would be able to bump into me. I could see the stage action fairly well and it sounded good. After a little while, the bar stool made my back ache a bit, but I had enough room to stand up within the area and stretch a little bit. I'm not sure if they would put a wheelchair user in the same spot."
The only seats available are bar stools with high backs.
There are two single restrooms for men/women. They are VERY cramped and small so a wheelchair could not fit in them. There are no handrails inside.