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Native Foods Cafe 


Native Foods Cafe on the 29th St. mall in Boulder offers a nice plant-based menu and is very Handicapped accessible. There are a few stairs if you're parked in the North side of the lot, but a ramp can be found around back. Once inside the tables are tall enough fit a wheelchair, and the bathroom is large and equipped with the appropriate bars. 


Laughing Goat Cafe 


Laughing Goat Coffee Shop on the East end of the Pearl Street mall offers a classic coffee shop vibe as a trendy place to grab a coffee and a snack and used by many as a mobile office.  This location can get very busy during peak hours. There is a small lip at the entrance to be aware of, and the aisles can get crowed, but overall a very accessible location with a welcoming atmosphere.  


Ted's Montana Grill 


Ted’s Montana Grill on the East end of the Pearl Street mall is a nice restaurant offering a classic American menu. This location is very accessible. Wheelchair users are recommended to use the side entrance, not the revolving door, and there is a baby changing station available in the women’s restroom only, so please be aware of this if it applies. 


Crossroads Trading 


Crossroads Trading on the East end of the Pearl Street mall is a clothing consignment store where you can buy or sell gently used clothing. This location is very accessible and offers two entrances and wider than normal aisles for this type of store. Mobility inside may be limited during peek hours due to one-way access to a lot of aisles. There are no public restrooms available here, so please be aware before you decide to visit. 


SALT the Bistro 


SALT is located on West Pearl St. and offers an amazing menu using ingredients from local farms. There are stairs at the main entrance, but a wheelchair ramp can be found the east end of the building off of 11th st. Inside you'll find a spacious dining room which can be easily navigated in a wheelchair. There are two bathrooms, and we would recommend using the gender neutral option if you're in a wheelchair because there is a little more space to navigate. However, both restrooms offer appropriate bars for assistance/ transfers. 


Wild Standard


Wild Standard on the West end of Peal St. boasts a simplistic yet refined menu using sustainable connections to the land and sea. Unique to this area, there are no stairs at the main entrance making it very easy to enter in a wheelchair or assistive device. Table seating is located towards the back, but the friendly staff is more than happy to accommodate your seating needs. Both bathrooms offer a spacious interior equipped with the appropriate bars for assistance/ transfers.