- June 27, 2013 - 08:45
MIA, accessibility is a big issue in Downtown St. John's, and it's not really something that can be fixed easily for many buildings. Sadly, that is where Raymond's chose to be located, and as a result, it's not wheelchair accessible. I'm sure if you had enough people interested in going to Raymond's who had accessibility needs, they would be willing to look into renovations or accommodating technology for the entrance. Additionally, the reason you probably haven't heard of them is because they have no on street signage, or presence outside of the internet and cooking world. They very much cultivate word of mouth promotion, rather than shoving their product down people's throats. I honestly kind of prefer it that way.
- June 26, 2013 - 08:53
That's nice I guess, but never heard of them? Why is it not wheelchair accessible as the NL Building Accessibiliyy Act and regulations stated? Sorry guys, I'm unable to eat here. I guess inclusion for all goes out the window!