If handicapped parking is close to the door of a restaurant, why are these patrons often walked thru the entire restaurant and seated in the middle or back? If they can't walk to the door, why does the hostess think they can walk all over the restaurant? I went out to eat today with an elderly aunt who uses a walker. I dropped her and my wife off at the door and went and parked the car. I would have thought it was obvious to the hostess that she could not walk far. I had to stop the hostess when we were being escorted to the far back of an almost empty restaurant. Should there be handicap
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