I am disabled.
We booked a table for 8 for a team lunch today. This bar has been revamped. Previously it had regular tables and chairs as well as booths.
On arriving I discovered that the seating now consists of either high bar stools or high booths.There is one little table with 4 little stools at it. We were not advised of this when booking.
I asked at the bar if the upstairs seating area was open,but was told it was not. The bar staff couldn't seem to figure out why a disabled person might have a problem climbing up onto a bar stool.
I was embarrassed and humiliated as everyone else seated in the bar was looking at me, so I walked out.
So if you are disabled, keep your self respect and dignity. Give this place a miss.
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