UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management: Student Accessibility Comments
The entrance has a wide clearance entry with double doors leading into the restaurant. There is a ramp on each side that leads up to the double doors. These ramps are right next to the five handicap spots located out front. These parking spots are extremely close to the ramps, the front door, and the Take Out/Carry Out door. There is even a ramp that leads up to the Take Out/Carry Out door. Overall, this makes parking and entry easy and safe.
When entering the restaurant there are two heavy double doors, but unfortunately there are no handicap push buttons in order to open these doors. But, once entering the restaurant there is a wide entrance with two steps to the left. These steps lead to the bar/cocktail area. There is a ramp in the back of the restaurant to go to and from the this area if using a wheelchair. This ramp is smooth and not that steep. In order to get to the ramp, you must walk through a series of tables down an alley. This alley has wide clearance in between tables which makes accessing the ramp easy. In the bar area there are multiple high top tables and booths. The high top tables are not wheel chair accessible, but the booth tables are. Someone in a wheelchair could sit at these tables, but it might be a tight fit in between the high top tables and booths. But, if guests are not sitting at a hightop table then its completely possible for a wheelchair to sit at these booths in the cocktail area. At the bar itself there is a lower bar top area where a wheelchair can roll up and be served.
The rest of the dining room consists of multiple tables labeled with the “wheelchair” symbol making it easy to find wheelchair accessible tables in the restaurant. Even though only a few tables have the symbols, almost all of the tables are wheelchair accessible and friendly. The dining room has smooth flooring with zero stairs and wheelchairs are easily able to fit under the tables. The dining room has wide clearance in between all of the tables, making it easy for a wheelchair to maneuver. The only tables that could be an issue are the high booths located in the dining room, this is because the table top might be too high for someone sitting in a wheelchair.
The restrooms are extremely clean and have wide clearance. There are multiple grab bars located around the toilet. The sinks are at a reasonable height and the entire restroom has a wide entry with smooth floors and zero steps. A wheelchair could easily do a 360 degree turn in the restroom and the stalls themselves. There is also a wide clearance entrance going into the bathroom and traveling to the stalls.