Post # 17
Thanks! I did find a wedding review online, and it looks great, except for its on the third floor with no elevator. I don’t think it’s worth it if I have to have our older, wheelchair-bound guests be carried up there 🙁
Post # 18
Oh goodness no! Do they have perhaps a service elevator that is utilized by staff? I thought it was illegal to have an area that wasn’t handicap accessible?
Post # 19
I recently returned from Nashville and I LOVED it, although I was NOT expecting the streets to be so hilly. After a few drinks, not fun walking up a hill in the pouring rain but despite that, I really enjoyed my trip there. And the food was incredible.
Post # 20
crebre80, I think since it’s a very old building and has not been substantially redone, it does not have to be ADA accessible.