|Disabled Parking and Signage||4.0 (1)|
|Disabled Parking Level||4.5 (1)|
|Disabled Parking Close||4.5 (1)|
|Disabled Parking Condition||4.5 (1)|
|Ramp Condition/Incline||2.0 (1)|
|Curb Cut Out Condition||2.0 (1)|
|Front Door Accessibility||4.5 (1)|
|Inside Navigation||4.5 (1)|
|Accessibility Seating||5.0 (1)|
|Restroom Wheelchair Accessible||4.5 (1)|
|Disabled Parking and Signage||4.0|
|Disabled Parking Level||4.5|
|Disabled Parking Close||4.5|
|Disabled Parking Condition||4.5|
|Curb Cut Out Condition||2.0|
|Front Door Accessibility||4.5|
|Restroom Wheelchair Accessible||4.5|
And then there's the issue of the ramps and the cut outs. The ramp and cut out sort of morph into the sidewalk. (Check the pictures) This gives the sidewalk a dramatic slope in the area around the ramp. You can't just go up the ramp onto a flat surface. And that is very tricky and requires a lot of force. It's like driving on a sloped curve. Then, when you go back to your vehicle, and if your spot is not the one closest to the door, you can't roll on the sidewalk without coming upon those ramp/cut off slopes. Not fun.
Inside all the tables are accessible. The only downside is that there is carpeting. And it's harder to roll on carpet.
It's a straight, easy shot to the bathroom. Our last visit wasn't a "review" visit so I can't remember the details. But I do remember feeling good after leaving. Go there can't be too much wrong. Probably just that familiar heavy door. I'll fill in details from our next visit.
All this leads to an interesting question which I will try to answer soon. Is the sidewalk the responsibility of the restaurant or the mall? Bravo! is a stand alone building but it is still in a mall area.
This is one of those restaurants than has more outside problems than inside.
For a review of food and dining experience not focused on accessibility, click below for a review from Urbanspoon.