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Wheelchair friendly eats: Dim Sum?


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Wheelchair friendly eats: Dim Sum?

yunnieman | May 29, 2009 07:54 PM


I was recently disabled and while I can walk like a robot in short distances (it isn't pretty though) with a cane now, it's safer with a wheelchair.

My best friend is coming to NYC in a few weeks. Best friend as in stayed by my bedside while I was in a coma best friend. I want to show her the best time even though she insists she would be just as happy to hang out at home with me.

We both love dim sum (and other places as you'll see in my numerous new posts), but many dim sum places are cramped and frankly the old time CT staff scowl at my chair if I try to enter.

Is there a good place in Manhattan or Queens where a wheelchair can move around easily and still be good enough to proudly take a friend who deserves the best?

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