Great food and venue - wonderfully friendly staff - BUT it isn’t wheelchair friendly. My suggestion would be to invest in a portable wheelchair ramp - it would be a cheaper option than widening the door from the courtyard. Also, when people ask if it is wheelchair friendly ... be honest. I don’t think they were purposefully dishonest - but showed a lack of awareness of the need for dignity and ease for wheelchair bound patrons. If people ask if it’s wheelchair friendly - give them the door measurements from courtyard to restaurant.
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