not disabled friendly.
i used to eat here a lot. the food was decent, and i liked a lot of the staff..
i found out how much (or how little) my over 10 years of loyalty meant when i became more disabled.
we called ahead to tell them i had finally gotten my Service Dog, When i got there they said "you cannot bring her here" i showed them the ID card with the FEDERAL law that said i could.. i showed them the STATE law that said she was required access.
i was so shocked i asked the manager to call the owner, and the OWNER said "you can have take out ONLY. " in complete violation of the law.
i was heartbroken that people who had been so friendly when i wasn't disabled turned on me like that.
my father is deaf and has had a hearing ear dog for over ten years. i am just so very sorry i patronized this place for that long before i found out how they treat disabled people.
i even wrote them a letter with a copy of the law, asking for just an apology... nope.
sadly i found out they don't care if they are breaking the law, even when shown the legal code, they don't want to allow disabled patrons.