Emma writes about discovering that her favorite pub, previously accessible both physically and attitudinally (is that a word?), has become less so.
I had the opposite experience recently. I like lunching at The Kitchen. They’re moderately accessible – some tight squeezes on the way to the restroom, especially. But the staff have the right attitude. Some of the tables are a little hard to get under, but there’s a large farmhouse style table (the community table) that’s high enough.
When I went in the other day, they’d replaced all the lower small pedestal tables at the front with new, higher, wooden tables with legs on the corners. Very easy to get under and pull up to. After I was seated, the manager came round especially to ask if these tables were better. Very nice!