The service here is OK. The food isn’t bad, but not at all the most authentic in Butte county. I was here with five other people and every thing ordered was mediocre. Wheelchair access: La Posada does not even try to be ADA compliant. Their parking lot does not provide a safe route of travel to their restaurant. Both lots have uneven surfaces with partial pavement and gravel portions. Before you can get into the front door you have to wheel over an uneven small step. That’s right-NO RAMP! Just the sort of step that a person walking would easily trip over. I am not sure why they have not fixed this in all the years it has been that way. Probably the most irritating thing is the restroom situation. (I only have knowledge of the women’s restroom.) You can get in the stall, but you can not actually shut the door, so there is zero privacy. If you are in a wheel chair you will either risk doing your business in semi-public, or have a buddy guard the exterior door. I will not return to go out to eat at a place that makes me so acutely aware of having a disability, and that compromises my safety and my dignity. The fact that the place has been in business all this time and has made no effort to comply with access laws makes me feel insulted and unwelcome.
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