24 Wales Street, Rutland, Vermont 0570
(802) 775 - 2424
DescriptionTable 24 is located at 24 Wales Street, Rutland, Vermont.
There is no dedicated parking lot. There are 3 handicapped parking spaces on the street directly across from the restaurant. If you cannot find a spot, ask the restaurant where to park.
Three steps, or a concrete ramp, lead to the single door entrance to the building. Another set of doors lead to the restaurant and hostess area. There is a bench in the waiting area.
All dining areas, as well as the bar and lounge, are easily navigable. Table 24 has booths, tables and chairs. The bar and lounge area has couches and large, upholstered chairs.
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms, are easy to get to. They are located past the bar.
Both men's and ladies' restrooms have baby-changing stations.
Everyone was pleasant and attentive.
- Paths and walkways: ramp or 3 steps to entrance
Location of handicapped entrance: at main entrance
Doors: single door, entryway, then double doors
Steps and staircases: none
Width of aisles: spacious
Places to sit: Booths, tables and chairs,
Location of restrooms: in back of restaurant, past the bar
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: OK
Baby changing station: yes
Available food services: this is a restaurant
Friendliness of staff: gracious and attentive
Notes: *Located in downtown Rutland, there is no dedicated parking lot. There are 3 handicapped parking spaces across the street. If parking is not found on the street, ask the restaurant for best place to park.
We were in Killington, Vermont early in November. My husband was there for training for his volunteering with the Vermont Adaptive Ski Program. We wanted a recommendation for a nice place for dinner in Rutland. Table 24 was suggested. We were told that reservations are necessary on the weekend.
The person who recommended Table 24 told us to reserve an order of cornbread when we made our reservation. She said that they tend to sell-out quickly. Naturally, we did it and were we glad. All I can say is that if you dine here make sure to order the cornbread. It is outstanding! Probably about a million calories, but worth every one of them!
We arrived at the address expecting to easily find parking. Rutland is not a big city. It was 7:00 pm on a Saturday evening in the business district. There were no spots available on the street for us. There are three handicapped spaces across from the restaurant, of which two were available. We wound up parking around the block in a lot the hostess told us about. If you have a problem parking, ask the restaurant where to park.
Three steps or a concrete ramp lead to the building entrance. Once inside, another set of doors lead to the large hostess area. There is a bench here is you have to wait.
The restaurant is spacious, with several dining areas as well as a large bar and lounge area. The bar area has couches and upholstered chairs for a homey feel.
The rustic decor is lovely, with imaginative use of wine bottles and corks.
We were seated in the enclosed porch, with glass roof and lots of windows (probably sunny and bright during the day). Booths, tables and chairs, with ample space between, are found in each dining area. There are smooth wood-planked floors throughout.
Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms, with baby-changing stations in both men’s and ladies’ rooms are easy to get to. They are located in the back, past the bar.
Our server was gracious and attentive, making sure we enjoyed our meal. Everything we ordered was fresh and delicious. As I said earlier, but feel the need to mention again, the cornbread was amazing! We enjoyed a wonderful, unhurried dinner.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.table24net, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”