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Red’s Kitchen and Tavern
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Red’s Kitchen and Tavern
131 Newbury St
Peabody, MA 01960
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating

For wheelchair users Reds meets almost all Mass Accessibility Codes, from parking to bathrooms and interior seating. The accessible path of travel to the different parts of the restaurant is fine. The food is great with a good variety and reasonable pricing.

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Britgirl reviewed Beall’s Outlet
Lady Lake, FL
4 Star

4 Average Star Rating

Love this store. So many bargains to be had! The clothing racks are squashed pretty darn close together in most of the store, unfortunately. Found myself trailing a blouse that had caught on the back of my power chair! On the upside, the front entrance is flat with automatic doors, and the accessible bathroom is on point and spacious. Plenty of disabled parking spots close by, as this is a strip mall, but being a retirement community, they are often taken!

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Britgirl reviewed Thai Ruby
Lady Lake, FL
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating

This restaurant serves fantastic, reasonably priced food, with a lovely atmosphere and Thai decor. The staff immediately moved chairs away from a table to allow my husband I to pull our power chairs up to it. The restrooms have a separate huge accessible stall, with grab bars, low sink and very opulent mirror and oriental decor! Highly recommended!

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motelco reviewed Lafleur’s Restaurant
Jay, ME
4 Star

4 Average Star Rating

LaFleur’s is a safe bet for any meal if you’re in the area. Not too expensive, not fancy, not a roadhouse. Parking lot is unstriped, so there are no accessible spaces, but it’s very large. Entrance hallway is a tad narrow, but not horrible. Bathrooms are completely inaccessible - absurd even for an able-bodied person. It’s quite small, so if you’re headed to an event (Chamber of Commerce meeting, banquet, etc.), get there early so you’re not trying to get past anyone in the hallway.

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PapsJr reviewed Flour Bakery + Café
Boston, MA
4 Star

4 Average Star Rating

street level on street parking one hp spot around the corner !!! lite door friendly service! one big accessible clean bathroom. good breakfast items. not much of a coffee drinker!! wide open space

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MaxT reviewed Emack & Bolio’s Ice Cream
Cambridge, MA
3.5 Star

3.5 Average Star Rating

Part of the Porter Square Mall, accessibility at this ice cream shop is good overall. There is accessible parking in the mall parking lot, including van-accessible parking. There is a step-free accessible entrance (although adding an automatic door opener would make it better), and good circulation inside. The serving counter is a bit on the high side.

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EileenIgoe1 reviewed Boston’s Best Psychic
Boston, MA
0 Star

0 Average Star Rating

Not psychic, let alone "Boston’s Best Psychic." His phone reception is so bad, I kept having to waste time asking him to repeat himself. He gave no useful info. and gave inaccurate info. When I several times tried to tell him he was wrong he ignored me. He insisted on continuing when the topics had absolutely nothing to do with my life. With arrogance he persisted and said I’d text him in a few days and tell him he was right. I felt harassed. He also adjusted his info., contradicting himself, when I gave him feedback or asked questions. A few days later I told him I was dissatisfied and upset by the "reading." He didn’t apologize, just told 3 lies as excuses. I asked for a refund. He just said "My time is valuable." This guy’s time is not worth a dime. A business that doesn’t provide the service, and in fact upsets the customer has no right to ask for money. Don’t waste yours.

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