UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management: Student Accessibility Comments
When you come to this property there are two large accessible parking spots very close to Huey Magoo’s. There are no steps entering the restaurant or in the restaurant. The front door is wide and easy to get through. Once you are in the restaurant, they have a roped off area for the line that is very wide and allows more than enough space to get through. The fountain drink area is accessible. The counter where the condiments, drinks, napkins, etc are is a pretty standard height for a counter, fairly accessible for someone in a wheelchair.
The Woman’s bathroom is through a tight hallway but the bathroom is very clean and large, as it is only a one person bathroom. The Men’s bathroom doesn’t have a hallway leading into it which makes it very easy to enter. There is one long high top table but all the other tables in Huey Magoo’s are normal height and have chairs that you can easily pull out and set to the side to pull up to the table with your wheelchair. It is pretty tight in the dining room. I would imagine it wouldn’t be easy to get around in the tightly spaced dining room if the restaurant were to be busy. Leaving the restaurant can be a challenge. They have a table right next to the door. When doing this review, I had to politely ask the people sitting at that table if they could move so I could get by and out the door; making it a not easy exit for people in a wheelchair. There is outside seating that was very accessible.