The Fast Food Menu And A Restaurant’s Duty To A Legally Blind Patron Under The ADA

If restaurants do not provide large-print or Braille menus, they must require their employees to read their entire menu to their legally blind customers.
Failure to read the entire menu (for reasons ranging from an employee’s failure to do so to an employee’s inability to do so because of time constraints, or because the customer did not need to have the entire menu read to her) may result in a restaurant’s liability for a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.