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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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PapsJr reviewed Highland Fried
Cambridge, MA
3 Star

3 Average Star Rating

ramp to get in !!! on street parking hp spots around u need to find!! two lite doors open by friendly patrons!! entrance is tricky leads right through the bar!! but in a chair tough u go 50 feet deal with stairs !!! cant play pool no room for a chair! plus that step !! very friendly staff!! the food is so so the side dishes are the stars !!! sweet chili sauce ?? lots of alcohol to choose from !! why did these builders put a step in a building to make another level huh ?? doesnt make sense!!place gets packed make reservations on the weekend!!

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abar reviewed Great Dane Pub & Brewing
Madison, WI
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating

The Great Dane was a very nice place to eat out. There were door switches at the entrance, exterior and interior. Two patios areas for outside dining. Ramps inside for different floor levels. Even though there was seating with raised platforms, there was plenty of level seating as well. There was decent room in the restrooms.

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amandadurham reviewed The Coffee Tree Roasters
Pittsburgh, PA
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating

Coffee Tree Roasters is a local, family-owned coffee shop located in the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Nestled near the front entrance of Bakery Square Shopping Center, Coffee Tree Roasters is a perfect place for students to work on assignments, businessmen to settle a deal, or families and friends to relax and enjoy each other’s company. This coffee shop serves a wide variety of hot drinks, iced drinks, and delicious snacks. The company also provides free wi-fi and has inside and outside seating options. The store opens early at 5:30 AM to help individuals start their day and remains open late until 10:00 PM to fuel the night owls. There are two handicap parking spots located next to Coffee Tree Roasters. These parking spots are not van accessible, but there is an access aisle separating the two spots. There is a third handicap parking spot, but it is located further from the entrance. The handicap parking spots are accurately labeled with signs and paint on the spots using the universal symbol of accessibility. The parking spots are located directly across from the sidewalk with a curb ramp. This curb ramp is easily accessible to maneuver a wheelchair onto the landing, which leads to the entrance of the Coffee Tree Roasters. In summary, Coffee Tree Roasters is the perfect place for everyone to get a daily coffee fix. For individuals with disabilities, accessing the coffee shop is rather easy. This facility has adequate parking spots that meet the majority of ADA requirements. Once parked in the accessible parking space, the pathway to the entrance is clear with a curb cutout for easy wheelchair access. Upon reaching the front entrance, individuals with disabilities are faced with a large door with a grab handle that opens out. Although this may be rather difficult, the door slowly closely allowing for easier access. Once inside, the ordering counters and tables are appropriate heights to successfully order and enjoy a beverage of choice. If necessary, the individual men and women’s restrooms abide by ADA regulations for easy use and access. Public telephones and drinking fountains are not available. Recommendations to improve the accessibility of this facility include installation of an automatic entrance door, lowering of coat hooks in the restroom, additional handicap accessible parking spots, automatic soap dispensers in the restroom, and eliminate the use of key requirement to access the restroom.

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PapsJr reviewed Marshalls
Boston, MA
5 Star

5 Average Star Rating

street level auto doors!! on street parking hp around u have to search. on bus line roll yourself in! very friendly staff!! counters are right chair height! wide aisle space! elevator to get you to upper floors!!curb cuts to access the sidewalks love boston !

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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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Russweb1 reviewed Cliffs Pavillion
Southend-on-Sea, SOS
4 Star

4 Average Star Rating

Although access is very good, wheelchair users are treated like second class citizens paying full price for the worst seats in the house, stuck in the outside aisles.

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