1681 Lake Shore Blvd E Toronto, ON, M4L 3W6
Located beside Woodbine beach, Carters Landing has a huge accessible patio and a dining area with a beautiful view! This restaurant is the perfect place to take a break from beach festivities while still enjoying the view, grabbing drinks with friends, or watching the game on TV. With specials like half off wine bottles on Thursday nights, a live DJ every Friday and Saturday starting at 4pm, and a brunch buffet every Saturday and Sunday, this very accessible place is worth to try!
This gorgeous restaurant is accessible through their front entrance on Lake Shore Boulevard East. It has a double door entrance, with each door measuring 35 inches wide and an automatic door opener located to the left. The entrance area both inside and outside is clear of obstruction and there is ample amount of turning space.
Once you enter, there are a variety of seating options. Near the front are mostly high tables (43 inches) and stools (31 inches) with fewer low tables (30 inches) and chairs (19 inches). But as you walk to the dining area there are mostly standard height tables that are 31 inches high. On a nice summer’s day you can enjoy the large outdoor patio that is accessible through double doors (both are 35 inches wide) and are typically propped open. There is a one level change, but majority of the patio is accessible and on the same level. The seating on the patio includes a variety of low and high tables and chairs with armrests.
The washrooms are individual rooms that have a 36 inche wide doorway and plenty of turning space upon entering. It has a 30-inch diagonal grab bar and a 24-inch horizontal grab bar behind the toilet. The sink has good clearance below and is 34 inches tall and 24 inches wide. Other accessible features include an automatic hand dryer and toilet, tilted mirror, and a baby changing station.
Information on the closest parking is linked below. If you are commuting by TTC, you can take Line 2 to Coxwell subway station and transfer on the 22 bus that heads South towards Victoria Park Ave via Kingston Rd (for the accessible route).
We were very impressed by the accessibility of this restaurant and its support for Camp Bucko, a camp open to youth burn survivors: http://www.campbucko.ca/
“Beyond the beer” donates 50 cents to Camp Bucko for every Dos Equis beer ordered.