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The Wool Factory

Results from VisitAble's Accessibility Test



Description of Section

This includes the number of accessible spaces, the distance of the accessible spaces from the accessible entrance, and the accessibility of the path from the accessible spaces to the sidewalk that the entrance is on (includes curb ramps).


  • There are three van accessible spaces that are less than 100 feet away from the entry point of the Wool Factory

  • The pathway to get on the sidewalk from the parking space is not inclined or bumpy



Description of Section

This includes how easy it is to find the accessible entrance, steps/ramps/pathways from the curb ramp/sidewalk to the door, the maneuvering clearance of the door, width of entrance door, lip under the entrance door, presence of automatic door openers, reachability of the door handle, and the weight of the door.


  • There are 4 entrance/exit doors at this location: one for Selvedge Brewing’s main area, one for Selvedge Brewing’s indoor seating area, one for The Workshop, and one for the Broadcloth Restaurant

  • All of the 4 entrances/exits are sets of double doors without automatic door openers

  • The door to get into Broadcloth Restaurant could be considered a little difficult to open, but the rest of the doors are relatively easy to open

  • The entrance/exit door handles and hardware are at accessible heights off the ground, and do not require pinching, grasping, or twisting of the wrist

  • The door opening are all greater than 34 inches wide, and the lips underneath are not difficult to navigate over

  • There is adequate maneuvering clearances on both sides of the doors

  • There are accessible ramps to get to the indoor seating area for Selvedge Brewing and to the Workshop, but before the entrance ramp to the Workshop there is a slight upward incline leading up to ramp


Table Service

Description of Section

This includes if customers GENERALLY have to go somewhere else besides their table to pay, order, get food, get drinks, or put away dishes. We also consider if an establishment has trays for transporting food/drinks.


  • There is full table service available in The Broadcloth Restaurant and in Selvedge Brewing

  • In the Workshop, customers are typically expected to get transport their food and drinks, but staff are happy to help upon request

  • In the Workshop, customers have to go up to the counter to pay, but the counter is at an accessible height, the card reader is movable, and the tablet can angle downwards to be more reachable and easier to see

  • It’s possible the cream, sugar, and coffee stirrers in The Workshop might be considered difficult to reach, but staff is nearby to help

  • It’s possible the self-serve water in the outdoor seating area might be considered difficult to reach, and customers might have to go into The Workshop or Selvedge Brewing to request it, or request it while they are still inside

  • There are trays available for transporting food, it’s possible customers might have to clarify at the Workshop that they need a flat tray instead of a drink tray

  • Customers can leave their dishes and trash at any of the inside tables, but it is unclear if customers are expected to put up their dishes and trash outside


Interior Pathways

Description of Section

This includes accessibility of lifts/ramps/elevators, signage to find accessibility features, widths of pathways, cleanliness of pathways, how steep pathways are, presence of inaccessible areas, and the weight/lip/height of handles & knobs of doors not covered by other sections.


  • All pathways are clear and wider than 36 inches

  • All features are easily found

  • No pathways are steep, but the ground is a little steeper near the entrance ramp to the Workshop



Description of Section

This includes the accessibility of tables (height of surface from floor and leg/foot room underneath, location of tables, and accessible seating and counter height at bar area.


  • There are accessible tables in the outdoor seating area, in Selvedge Brewing and its extra indoor seating area, and The Broadcloth Restaurant that have knee clearance underneath

  • There is no seating provided for anyone in The Workshop, customers are expected to sit outside or in the extra indoor seating area next to Selvedge Brewing

  • All chairs for the accessible tables, as well as at least one couch and a couple lounging chairs are at accessible heights off the floor and have backrests

  • There is no accessible seating at the Broadcloth Restaurant bar, the counter is at 46 inches above the floor, and the bar counter in Selvedge Brewing is at 42 inches above the floor but was not open for customer seating during the time of our accessibility test



Description of Section

This includes the reachability of merchandise, the availability of employees in the merchandise area, and the availability of bags with handles to help carry merchandise.


  • Some merchandise available for purchase at the Wool Factory might be considered difficult too reach or heavy, but staff is right nearby all merchandise areas and is more than happy to help get and transport any merchandise upon request



Description of Section

This includes bathrooms being labeled as accessible, the width of bathroom and accessible stall doors, location of doors, height of door openers off the floor, weight of doors, presence of appropriate grab bars, the ability for a customer using a wheelchair to completely turn around in the bathroom/accessible stall, the height of the flush controls off the floor, the reachability of the sink/toilet paper/soap/drying equipment/lights, and the height of mirrors off the floor.


  • There are only 3 bathrooms labeled as accessible, all in Selvedge Brewing, and the doors to get into all the bathrooms have no thresholds/lips, are not automatic, are easy to open force-wise, and have accessible door widths

  • The Broadcloth Restaurant bathrooms are the only bathrooms with adequate maneuvering clearance to pull open the doors from the inside due to trash cans being next to doors in the other bathrooms - there is only approximately 12 inches of maneuvering clearance between the doors and the trash cans

  • Door locks on all the bathrooms are accessible, but all of the bathroom doors have door knobs which require twisting of the wrist to open

  • All of the bathrooms in Broadcloth Restaurant and the Workshop, as well as all the bathrooms in Selvedge Brewing labeled as accessible have 3 grab bars around the toilets

  • The bathrooms in Broadcloth Restaurant and the Workshop, as well as all the bathrooms in Selvedge Brewing labeled as accessible are all very spacious, but the bathrooms in Broadcloth Restaurant have tables and the bathroom in the Workshop has a barrel, all of which might make approach to the toilet a little more difficult

  • The toilet paper is at a good distance from the front of the toilet in The Workshop, but might be considered a little difficult to reach in the accessible bathrooms in Selvedge Brewing and Broadcloth Restaurant

  • The sinks, light switches, and soap dispensers are at accessible heights off the bathroom floors, but the mirrors are not - however they do angle downwards

  • The paper towels in the Broadcloth Restaurant might be considered difficult to reach, but are more reachable in the Workshop and Selvedge Brewing bathrooms

  • The piping underneath the bathroom sinks are insulated



Description of Section

This includes the presence of accessibility features to make this establishment go above and beyond the accessibility of other establishments of the same type.


  • There are automatic lights in the Selvedge Brewing and Broadcloth Restaurant bathrooms, but not in the Workshop bathroom

  • There are hooks available in the bathrooms, but they are not at accessible heights off the bathroom floors

  • There are plastic/lightweight cups, straws, and lids available in every single area that can be provided upon request

  • There are bags with handles available to take home leftovers and/or merchandise

  • Employees are going through or have gone through a disability etiquette training to differentiate their customer service

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