2841 Killington Road, Killington Vt.
DescriptionBaja Burrito is located at 2841 Killington Road, Killington, Vermont. This is the Killington Access Road.
There are two accessible spaces in the paved, parking lot in front of the single door entrance.
There is a high step up to the wooden ramp to the entrance.
There is a lip at the door required another step to get inside.
The floor is tiled.
Seating is at booths, which require a step up to them, or at a bar with stools.
Restrooms are not accessible. They are quite small . They do not have baby-changing stations.
- Attraction Type: dining
Number of accessible spaces: 2
Location of accessible spaces: near entrance
Surface of lot: gravel
Distance to venue: close
Transportation to venue offered: na
Places to rest: na
Paths and walkways: a high step up to wooden ramp to entrance
Location of accessible entrance: entrance is not accessible
Doors: single door
Number of floors: one
Ramps: wooden ramp outside entrance
Steps and staircases: big step up from parking lot to main entrance, also a step up from ramp to enter
Width of aisles: ample space
Places to sit: booths ( need a step up to each booth), bar with stools
Location of restrooms: in rear of dining room - narrow hallway to restrooms
Type of restroom: multi-stall, not accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: lunch, dinner
Friendliness of staff: friendly and helpful
Baja Burrito, located on the Killington Access Road, is the place for “Mountain Mexican Food.” This venue is not ADA accessible but, if you can manage the way things are, this is a fun place with good food and pleasant service.
There are two accessible parking spaces near the entrance in the paved, parking lot. There is a high step from the lot to the wooden ramp leading to the single door entrance. When we were here, there was a lot of snow on the ground and the area could have been cleared better, with better access to the door. There is also a lip at the door making it necessary to take another step up.
Inside, we were treated to a fun space, with colorful decor. All seating is at booths that require a step up to them, or a u-shaped bar with stools.
Once we were shown to a booth, a basket of nachos and delicious salsa came to the table. Our server was very pleasant. The menu offers a wide variety of items, including a nice “Kids’ Menu,” as well.
Our enchiladas and burrito were not only delicious, they were large enough to share or take home for another meal.
The restrooms are are quite small and not accessible. They are down a narrow hallway. There are no baby-changing facilities.
As we said at the outset, if you can manage the impediments to accessibility, Baja Burrito is a good choice in Killington.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.bajaco.com, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”
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