Looking for a wheelchair accessible restaurant for Thanksgiving near 72nd and York
Hospoda on 73rd between first and second is certainly accessible. I haven't been since a recent menu revamp, but in days past, it was a warm and welcoming Czech-American comfort food place. in the bohemian national hall, but not a 'cafeteria' by any means. more banquet room without the sterility. can't vouch that they'd be open on thanksgiving, but it *seems* like a place that would have special holiday menu.
take a look at a great new app- AXS Map- it was started by someone who,is wheelchair bound. Type in a location or category ( restaurants, stores, museums, erc) in Manhattan and it will give you all of the restaurants in your area that are wheelchair accessible. don't trust sites like Menupages for this info. A lot of restaurants will say that they are "wheelchair friendly" a term that is meaningless- and often means that there are steps that require someone carry your wheelchair down or that the bathroom won't accommodate a wheelchair.