The Bar/Cafe is wonderful
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Mobility Scooter
For me, the Traverse Theatre's Bar Cafe is a lovely place to go and have a coffee or a quick bite to eat. I use a manual wheelchair with a powered handcycle attachment that makes the whole setup a little smaller than your average mobility scooter. There are automatic doors, and ramps outside - although I don't remember noticing a railing on it, for people who might need that. There's plenty of space in their lift to allow me access to the bar/cafe using my chair/bike. Once I'm in there, I tend to detach the bike, so I've not checked to see if there is room in their accessible toilet for something the size of a mobility scooter. I'd say it's a bit hit-and-miss if you have sensory sensitivities (e.g. autism) - the lighting tends to be nice and low, but I find it difficult to process conversation when it gets busy.
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Although my dog does perform service tasks for me, he's not a registered assistance dog - so it's great that the Traverse are a dog-friendly space. They're always ready to offer him a big bowl of water and some fuss. :)