1760 Queechee Main Street, Queechee, Vermont 05059
The Simon Pearce Restaurant is located at 1760 Queechee Main Street, in Queechee, Vermont.
Handicapped parking is available close to the main entrance in a very large, paved lot.
There is an incline and then a ramp to reach the double door, main entrance.
The restaurant is on the main floor of the retail store with easy access from the lobby.
There is adequate room to get to one's table, with help from the staff.
Multi-stall, handicapped accessible restrooms are located in the lobby.
Benches can be found in the lobby.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 6
Location of handicapped spaces: close to entrance
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Terrain: slight incline
Paths and walkways: ramp to main entrance
Location of handicapped entrance: at main entrance
Doors: double wooden doors
Number of floors: 1
Elevators: to lower level
Ramps: ramp to entrance
Steps and staircases: *stairs to second floor and lower level of store
Width of aisles: ample
Places to sit: tables and chairs
Location of restrooms: in lobby
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped accessible
Ease of entry and exit: good
Available food services: this is a restaurant
Friendliness of staff: extremely pleasant
Notes: * Take note that the restaurant is located in the Simon Pearce Store. There are three levels, with stairs going both up and down from the main floor.
Simon Pearce Restaurant –
Simon Pearce is a premier glass blowing and pottery business. The restaurant, located within the store, is also a premier establishment.
Whether having brunch, lunch, or dinner on the enclosed patio overlooking the waterfall, one gets the same level of excellence in food and service as Simon Pearce gives in glassware and pottery. The setting of this restaurant couldn’t be prettier, the service better, or the food more enjoyable.
Handicapped parking is available in a paved parking lot close to the ramp leading to the double door entrance.
The restaurant is on the main floor, along with the retail store. Even though it was a Sunday evening the shop was open to browse and buy.
We had a dinner reservation on a lovely summer evening and were hoping for a table by the window so that we could watch the spectacular waterfall just outside. We were told that window seating can’t be assured, and unfortunately, we didn’t get one. If you are willing to wait you can secure one of the coveted locations. We chose to take the table given to us and still enjoyed a wonderful meal with exceptional service. If you go for lunch on a summer day you may well see kids jumping into the icy waters from the rocks. Quite a show! If you come during the winter you can expect to find the falls covered with ice and possibly some ice flowing down the water. A spectacular sight of a different kind!
Access to the restaurant is easy, as is navigating to a table. The staff is extremely helpful in getting everyone settled.
Multi-stall, handicapped accessible restrooms with easy access can be found in the lobby. There are even benches in the lobby if you are waiting for a table or waiting for someone who is shopping.
The lower-level can be accessed by elevator. On this level one can watch the glass blowers in action or step outside for a close-up view of the falls.
As always, we at Destination Accessible, advise you to visit a venue’s website, www.simonpearce.com, when planning a visit, to “”know before you go.””