There is only street parking available in the area, no accessible parking spots.
JMZ TRAIN TO MYRTLE
it's 30 feet from our door, and 10 feet out the window behind our stage
L TRAIN TO JEFFERSON
it's about 7 blocks, kinda longish, get a friend to walk with you.
G TRAIN TO MYRTLE/WILLOUGHBY
it's about 5 blocks, kinda longish, get a friend to walk with you."
The main entrance is at 1140 Myrtle Ave, and it is up a steep flight of stairs. The venue does have an ADA-compliant elevator, however, the entrance to use that is on Broadway (around the corner from the main entrance) so you would need to speak to a member of the security staff to use that to enter and exit the venue.
When I visited, I walked up the stairs to get in (and regretted it because it was steep) and despite having a cane with me had to persuade staff to let me use the elevator to exit. They said, and I quote, "it's not really for passengers, it's mainly used for loading in and out gear."
There is no designated accessible seating area. Along various walls of the venue there are benches available for anyone to sit, however, you cannot see the stage when you're sitting there. The benches are not blocked off from the rest of the crowd.
I asked for the manager and was given a real chair when I asked for one, but then I was put in the back by the bar with it and as the room filled up I could hardly see the stage.
Unsure of availability.
They have gender neutral restrooms, but from what I saw it didn't look like they had accessible stalls.
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