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12 Best Reviewed Handicap Accessible Restaurants in Orlando, FL

Handicap Accessible Restaurants

It’s no surprise that Orlando hosts some of the best food you can find in Florida. In this particular guide, we’ll point you toward some of the best-reviewed restaurants that offer wheelchair-accessible dining accommodations. All of the restaurants have either ramps or no-step entryways, configurable seating, accessible bathrooms, and accessible parking.

Wheelchair-Accessible Quick Service Restaurants in Orlando, FL

Tacos My Guey

Tacos My Guey is an unsuspecting gem with impeccable service and amazing food. Try the chorizo Mexifries for something unique, or keep it classic with some tacos with one of the seven flavorful types of meat they make in-house. Take dessert on the go with their sweet horchata drink and stroll around Lake Eola, which is just minutes away.

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Lazy Moon

Lazy Moon offers quick great-tasting pizzas that are almost as big as the moon. Build a custom pizza with fresh ingredients and homemade sauces atop an aged dough, or order single slices that are the size of your face. 

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Uncle Tony’s Backyard Barbeque

Uncle Tony’s Backyard BBQ will give you a taste of classic Arkansas barbeque. With homemade sides, fresh greens, and slow-smoked meats, you are sure to find comfort in their delicious food.

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Wheelchair Accessible Sit-Down/Casual Restaurants in Orlando, FL

La Campana Mexican Restaurant

La Campana is an authentic Mexican restaurant. With fresh ingredients, you can order just about anything you can think of off their vast menu. With things like tamales, tripe tacos, chicken Milanesa, and a variety of seafood, their menu is sure to satisfy anyone’s taste.

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Nick’s Family Diner

Nick’s Diner is as down-home as it gets. At Nick’s, waitresses serve you up a tasty diner-style breakfast or lunch with sassy humor that is sure to start your day off right. It’s a local favorite that keeps its menu fresh with rotating specials.

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Hamburger Mary’s

Hamburger Mary’s very much encapsulates the essence of Orlando. They offer a variety of entertainment and shows every weekend while you enjoy your meal. They have an American, bar-style menu with an emphasis on unique burger combinations throughout the week and an additional brunch menu on the weekends. 

Handicap Accessible Restaurants


Hawkers offers a modern take on Asian street food. The menu consists of small plate or tapas-style items, where food comes in smaller quantities so you can order a diverse selection for your table to share. Afterward, you can visit the shops of Little Saigon (Mills 50) for a little shopping.

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Teak has a bar-and-grill atmosphere and boasts a menu including 37 signature burgers. Some of their more interesting items include a bison burger, a burger with waffles instead of a bun, and a burger served between two glazed donuts.

Handicap Accessible Restaurants

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Wheelchair Accessible Fine Dining Restaurants in Orlando, FL

The Glass Knife

The Glass Knife offers a classy, relaxing environment with made-from-scratch, fresh breakfast and lunch offerings. While their food is amazing, the real treats come from their bakery. Choose from cakes, pastries, donuts, and more, all of which are made in-house, and experience the meal of your dreams.

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Nona Blue Modern Tavern

Nona Blue is described as a high-end sports bar with a tavern-style flare. The menu was created with the community in mind to encourage a more social experience for its diners. Order multiple “shareables” for the table, or go individual with a blue plate special.

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Texas De Brazil

If you’re looking for a sophisticated all-you-can-eat restaurant, look no further than Texas De Brazil. Lamb, pork, ribs, steak, and more are flame cooked on a spit and brought directly to your table, where they’re carved and put on your plate. They also offer a fresh salad bar, including charcuterie, imported cheeses, and vegetables. 

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Kres Chophouse

For a classic, yet modern, steakhouse experience, head over to Kres Chophouse. Inside this historic 1930’s landmark building, you’ll find a refreshing take on the traditional steakhouse decor. The prime beef is aged in-house and fresh seafood is delivered daily from the Florida coast, so diners know they are getting the best of the best.

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Rent A Wheelchair-Accessible Van

Whatever restaurant you choose on this list, you will be greeted with smiling faces and an accommodating, wheelchair-accessible dining experience. Whether you’re looking to rent a wheelchair-accessible van for your trip to Orlando, or are interested in traveling elsewhere, check out our locations to make your reservation.


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