I enjoyed the Fried & Broiled Seafood here so well as did my 9 friends who were with me, but won't be back. It's too much of a hassle. A VERY big THANK YOU to Jimmy, one of the managers for moving his truck so I could park & have space to let my ramp out & roll down in my wheelchair. When I got ready to leave I had to call again because someone created their own parking in the road blocking my ramp for me to get in. Jimmy apologized again, thanked me for calling & dinning with them & backed my van up enough to allow me access to my ramp. When I first arrived I drove around several times & there was only regular Accessible Parking up front with no access lines as required by the Americans with disAbilities Act (ADA). It was also sandy so a car was actually parked in half of the next space taking away the opportunity for someone not needing the access lines to park there as well. The wheelchair ramp into the restaurant is long but not steep & has a rest before the second length. GLAD I brought my Power Chair. The bathroom is Wheelchair Accessible & the waitress took me around to a Side door so I could sit with my friends where we could see the water. Another waitress noticed chairs were lined up near the entrance to the bathroom door although I could get in & she quickly volunteered to move them without me even mentioning it. Often I visit restaurants with several more of my friends in wheelchairs & we all drive and need the access space. This would be out of question. Unfortunately, I won't be back unless van accessible parking is added.
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