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Highland Kitchen
Yelp average rating of 4
1072 Reviews
150 Highland Ave
Somerville, MA 02143
+1-617-625-1131
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Categories: American (New), bars

Yelp Reviews

2017-01-29 - Linda M.
In an unassuming part of Somerville, this place delivers with superb food, impeccable service and reasonable price. The place is packed on a wintery...- Read More
2017-04-09 - Manon G.
Pros: The food is very good (although nothing incredible - just good southern food) I like the mixed crowd (hipsters, families and kids, old...- Read More
2017-04-03 - Vallerine M.
After reading about his place on Boston Eater, we decided to try it out and we did not regret it! We walked in on a cold Saturday evening and the place was...- Read More
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Accessibility Review Number 1

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2016-05-10 21:03:13 - MaxT(142)

Good accessibility overall at this neighborhood restaurant with a very funky, eclectic menu. (Try the Highland Burger for starters!) The entrance is step free, although the slope is a bit too steep to be considered completely accessible. There is no automatic door opener at the entrance, which would be a big help. There is one accessible parking space in the back parking lot, although there is no marked access aisle , which is required by law. There is no wheelchair accessible seating at the bar, so you would have to settle for sitting at a nearby table. The restrooms are accessible.

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2016-05-10 21:03:13 - MaxT(142)

Highland Kitchen has good accessibility overall, with a delicious assortment of unusual foods (like Buffalo fried Brussels sprouts) and tried-and-true favorites (like the Highland burger). While the Highland Ave. entrance has no steps, it is too steep to considered fully accessible (adding an automatic door opener would help a lot.) There is accessible off-street parking in the rear parking lot, but no van-accessible parking spaces (also some metered parking spaces nearby). Restrooms are accessible, but it can be tough getting there if the bar area is crowded. The wait staff here are quite helpful, but when the place gets crowded, it gets very noisy.
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