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Restaurant Overview

This is a California-inspired Mexican restaurant. It has two dining areas; 1) quick-service where you order, then sit and wait for your name to be called, and 2) full-service area where you are waited on. Prices are pretty good especially for the portions. A giant chicken taco salad that could serve 2 people was slightly over $10. The bar area is not accessible.

UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management: Student Accessibility Comments

  • This property is certainly accessible. There are no steps, accessible dining tables, and an accessible bathroom (there is actually a completely separate bathroom, not just a stall). There is accessibility in the quick service area and in the full service dining area, however there is no accessibility in the bar area where there are only high tops and no area of the bar itself is accessible. The restaurant isn’t very big in terms of capacity, therefore I don’t think a huge amount of accessible parking spots are necessary. There were a total of 3 spots right in the front of the restaurant and all of them were open. The picture of the entire store front was actually taken from where the accessible parking spots are.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Relatively level grade at entrance

Wide doorway entrance

Nearby Accessible Parking

2+ Van accessible parking spaces

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Wide clearance between tables

Bar Area: mostly high-top tables / stools

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

Able to turn WC 360 degrees in restroom stall

Grab bars in restroom stall

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:4
  • Type of Cuisine:Mexican
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