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The Parlor Pizzeria

1916 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
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    Category: Eat
    Address: 1916 E Camelback Rd
    United States
    Price Level: $$
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    1. Brett Heising Post authorThe Parlor Pizzeria
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      • Valet parking is provided

      • Entrance presents no challenges in a manual wheelchair

      • Plenty of room once inside restaurant

      • Plenty of room in restroom; easy to navigate

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    2. Matthew H. The Parlor Pizzeria
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      The Parlor Pizzeria is a fantastic Italian restaurant on Camelback. There are a few minor accessibility challenges but the food and service are excellent and well worth the effort.

      There are two accessible parking spots in the lot. However, the lot is a bit tight and often quite full. We were literally the last guests to leave the restaurant on a Sunday evening which is why my photo of the parking lot is almost empty! There is extra parking around the corner into the next lot. This may be a situation where if none of the accessible spots are open you may want to get dropped off if possible.

      There is a nice wide outdoor walkway leading to the main entrance. The area immediately inside the restaurant where the host’ table is located is extremely tight and high traffic. There is not a lot of space to wait inside so many wait outside around the entrance. There’s an outdoor fireplace near the entrance that is nice to hang out near if you have to wait outside on a cool evening.

      There is a bar area immediately to the right upon entering the restaurant. However, all of the tables in the bar area are high tops so this area is not particularly accessible.

      The restrooms are on the far side of the bar. There’s ample room to get through the bar area and too the restrooms. There’s a good-sized accessible stall and plenty of room to roll under the sinks.

      There are booths and tables with chairs in the dining room. Depending on where you’re sitting it may be a little bit congested although we had plenty of room for our party of five with a manual wheelchair.

      The food is well worth any accessibility challenges.

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