140 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5V 2L4
To experience an authentic and delicious Lebanese delicacy, you should consider visiting Mana’ish Global Flatbread Café. Mana’ish highlights its Lebanese roots while fusing different flavours and cuisines found around the multicultural city of Toronto, such as Greek, Asian, American and Caribbean. You can pair up any of their savoury or sweet flatbreads with a salad, coffee or hot and cold beverage.
The accessible entrance, located on 140 Spadina Avenue at Richmond Street, is clear of any obstructions. The entrance has two doors, both of which have automatic push buttons. The widths of the entry doors are 32”, and there is sufficient space in between to manoeuvre around opening and closing doors.
Once inside the café, customers will find a clear pathway to the counter with enough room for anybody to complete a full 360° turn. With the exception of one raised bench table, all other tables are at a 30” height and comfortably spread out among the space. The chairs in the café do not have any armrests, but they can be removed to easily accommodate different assistive devices
The café offers a single stall accessible bathroom separate from the other restroom facilities. When making your way from the service counter towards the bathroom, there is an island acting as a slight obstruction as the opening narrows to about 39-44”. There is a push door with an automatic door opener that brings you to a hallway with multiple bathrooms. The accessible bathroom is at the end of the hallway and has both an automatic push button and a lever for entry and exit. Once inside the bathroom, the back of the door offers a hook to hang any personal belongings. There is a clear open space in front and under the sink area. The sink’s dimensions are 33” tall and 22” wide. Soap and paper towel dispensers are located beside the sink, with the soap being dispensed automatically. Surrounding the toilet are two slip resistant grab bars 37” above the floor. The lights are motion censored, and the bathroom is equipped with a door locking button and an emergency call button.
The café offers customers a relaxing, well-lit space in which to enjoy conversation without the distraction of loud music. The staff is friendly and more than willing to accommodate any special requests or assistance to anyone in need.
There is a paid parking lot across the street; however there is no designated accessible parking space. The nearest accessible subway station is Osgoode Station, which is 900 metres away. For a more direct and accessible public transit route, the 510 Spadina streetcar and the 501 Queen bus are available options.