Mulcahy’s Pub and Concert Hall
There is no designated parking lot for the venue and as such there are no accessible parking spots immediately nearby. Concert fans usually rely on street parking. The venue is directly opposite the Wantagh Long Island Rail Road station - the train station has an elevator and escalator but no ramps.
There is a "VIP" option, which apparently allows fans to jump the line.
To get to the only raised platform area, that is the only place with seats, there are stairs.
There is no designated accessible seating. The only available seating is on a raised platform with stairs, with barstools (that are not great for people with back issues). The only way to access this seating is to buy a "VIP" upgrade.
There is floor space near the side of the stage that could potentially be roped off for disabled fans, but I have only ever seen it used to stash the bands gear.
There are limited barstools at the rear bar of the venue. There are no regular chairs. "When I requested a seat at a show on September 1st, 2018, the show was 75% empty and I was given a barstool in the "VIP" area - but I do not think this is normally the case."
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