After a visit to the Clark Botanic Garden I was looking for a place to have a quick lunch before heading to a meeting. Bagel Boss Cafe is located nearby, on Willis Avenue.
The paved parking lot has two handicapped spaces with easy access to either the front double-door entrance or the side, single-door entry. If you enter through the front you will encounter another set of doors to the cafe itself.
As I stepped inside I saw smooth floors, and tables and chairs with adequate space to maneuver. What really caught my eye were the appealing murals above the counter and on the opposite wall over the tables. These gave what could have been a very ordinary space an inviting cafe feel.
As with all of the Bagel Boss venues, there is much to choose from. The variety of bagels is incredible. They also offer, eggs, baked good, salads, etc. I stepped up to the counter, placed my order and stepped aside while it was prepared. When it was ready quickly I found a seat at which to enjoy my bagel and coffee.
Single-occupancy, handicapped-accessible restroms, with baby-changing stations are located at the back of the cafe.
There are some benches outside. Outdoor seating is available on better weather days.
As always we at Destination:Accessible advise you to check a venue's website, www.bagelboss.com, when planning a visit, to"know before you go."