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The Porches
231 River St
North Adams, MA 01247
+1-413-664-0400
4.5 Star

5 Average Star Rating


The Porches in North Adams, Mass. is a comfortable and great place with full accessibility. Nice Staff. Good Access. Across from the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

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caitlyn.witherspoon reviewed Annies Café & Bar
Austin, TX
3.5 Star

3.5 Average Star Rating



One handicap spot with curb cuts right in front and no step to enter. Minimal room to maneuver between tables in the restaurant but they also have a few outdoor tables which would be great in nice weather. You enter the bathroom area through a door with a push to open button but the pathway to enter the handicap stall is very narrow.

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PapsJr reviewed Coolidge Corner Clubhouse
Brookline, MA
3 Star

3 Average Star Rating



street level!! very friendly staff!!! make sure you get in and out !! double doors with not much room!! tricky with a wheel chair!! the bathroom look to small did not even try it!! the food is good lots to choose from and sooo many drinks they offer!! different meal for lots of sports legends!!! u have too keep going back to try ! just wish accessibility was better looks like a fun place!!!

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TravelByWheelchair reviewed Laurelhurst Market
Portland, OR
3 Star

3 Average Star Rating



This restaurant got consistently good Yelp! reviews and I would largely agree with the quality of the entrees. My son thought his steak and fries were great; the salmon I ordered was cooked beautifully but the accompaniments didn’t work somehow. We also ordered a mocha creme brûlée with chocolate chip cookies, and I should have known better. Creme brûlée needs to be creme brûlée, not modified - in this case, it tasted like mocha pudding. The wait staff was fairly attentive. The restaurant was accessible, although somewhat tightly packed, and there was an ADA parking space very close to the front door. We sat outside, which is also wheelchair-accessible, but it was not a pleasant space, as it fronted the parking lot and there was a lot of street noise. They need to do more to make their outdoor dining space comfortable.

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PapsJr reviewed Star Market
Chestnut Hill, MA
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating



very friendly staff!!! getting too big u need a electric cart!! much bigger and nicer then before much more selection!!! plenty of hp parking!!

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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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arlms reviewed Tony D’s Coal Fired Pizza
Rochester, NY
2 Star

2 Average Star Rating



Parking lot close, but upon entering restaurant, you are on level of small bar area and restrooms. Restaurant seating is up about 6-7 steps and no elevator.

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