I like the new fast casual food trend – you can get something that’s not a burger or deep-fried, maybe soup or salad, but you don’t pay more than $5-6 for lunch.
There’s something nice they have in common: they have trained their employees to assist customers with disabilities. If I order water, someone gets it for me and brings it to my table. If I’m using a wheelchair, usually someone will bring my entire order rather than expecting me to hang around the counter and then carry a platter with soup and a salad.
This doesn’t extend to every chain: even though I go there a couple of times a week, the employees at my local Starbucks seem incapable of comprehending that it’s not real safe for me to carry a paper cup full of boiling liquid, and I usually have to ask several times, fending off blank looks and more cup sleeves.