5 Amazing Wheelchair Friendly Restaurants in NYC

5 Amazing Wheelchair Friendly Restaurants in NYC

The Daily Meal published a great article today called “Where to Brunch in New York City Right Now.’ It’s a worthwhile read for every New Yorker, but what about the handicapped New Yorker?

We called all 8 restaurants listed in the article to find out which of them are wheelchair accessible and which aren’t. Some of these restaurants have outstanding reviews from credible articles such as The New York Times. Here are the 5 that are wheelchair accessible and are able to seat disabled customers:

Wild Son
Neighborhood: West Village
The Wild Son serves some of the tastiest and healthiest brunches in the city. They have vegan options, cold-brew coffee, unique breakfast sandwiches and more. Honorable mentions include the buttermilk pancakes with fresh berries and turmeric butter or the egg sammie.

Miss Paradis
Neighborhood: Soho
Miss Paradis is one of the trendiest places for brunch right now. This restaurant’s menu offers a great variety of options: French toast, burrata, veggie burgers, and acai bowls to name a few. They also offer unique smoothies. For instance, you can try the “Fullpower.” It contains lychee, coconut puree, banana, and elderflower, mango, and mint.

Neighborhood: East Village
This casual tapas spot is worth checking out. They always have weekly specials such as the $20 bottle of wine with Dinner special on Wednesdays. On the weekend, guests can choose an entrée with their choice of unlimited mimosas, house sangrias, and bloody Marys. Menu choices for food include breakfast and lunch, dinner, and brunch. Diverse vegan options are available.

Neighborhood: Soho
BoCaphe is a French-influenced Vietnamese restaurant. If you want to avoid the usual brunch offerings, head here for the rice noodle salads, fresh spring rolls, or whatever catches your eye. They also offer cocktails: pink mojitos, bloody mangos, etc.

Hanoi House
Neighborhood: East Village
Hanoi House is another great Vietnamese choice, such as BoCaphe mentioned above. The restaurant recently launched its brunch menu this past summer. Menu highlights include the summer rolls (grilled sweet pork sausage rolled with mint, thai basil & a crispy wonton with peanut hoisin sauce), Little Uni Pancakes (made of rice and coconut) or Shaking Beef (aka as Bo Luc Lac).

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