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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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Flick reviewed Tim Bobbin Hotel
Burnley, LAN
1 Star

1 Average Star Rating

I would tell you what the accessibility is like inside except I can't get in...

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PapsJr reviewed MassMutual Center
Springfield, MA
4.5 Star

4.5 Average Star Rating

Brand new I think facility street level to get in and elevators through out!! ada seating is fine !! parking im sure there is a garage but able to park on the street and buddy pushed me in my chair. parking is great !! only problem is the bathroom SUCKS!! ada stall is fine plenty of room! just the trash bins are too far away and the sinks are far away!! all these years wouldnt you think the state would make it easier for people with disabilities? instead of tougher?? just a little thinking goes a far way!! once again the state or the town doesnt ask feed back from the disability board !! curbcuts were fine downtown!!

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chathamOT2016 reviewed Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream
Pittsburgh, PA
3.5 Star

3.5 Average Star Rating

There is only one space for handicap parking which is not in front of the shop. The entrance to the building requires the use of stairs. There is no alternate route for wheelchair access.

Once inside the bathroom, a person in a wheelchair would not have enough room to turn around and close the door. The handles on the doors were knobs and not accessible without use of entire hand.

The counter for ordering ice cream was high up blocking vision to the person behind the counter (if in wheelchair) and it would be hard when asking for a sample. The register was easy to pull up to but was the same height as the counter which did not comply with ADA standards.

There was no sign for the restroom and no indication of handicap accessibility.

There was no sign indicating an emergency exit path to get out of the building.

The doors where heavy and the handle design made it hard to grip.

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PapsJr reviewed Jm Curley
Boston, MA
5 Star

5 Average Star Rating

street level!! one lite door no auto ! get off at park st on the t just wheel yourself to this stop!! tables right chair height!! very friendly staff food was good for pub food tons of alcohol cant go wrong in this place !! NO PARKING down by the common take public transit wide enough for a chair to get around with help from staff!!

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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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Ian G. reviewed Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
Baltimore, MD
1.5 Star

1.5 Average Star Rating

I was here for BaltiCon 50 and while the hotel is beautiful and may be accessible enough for a few disabled people at a time, it is not equipped for a large event covering multiple floors, especially when many members of that event are disabled. At one point a fire alarm was pulled and it quickly became apparent they had no plan for evacuating wheelchair users. The noise levels caused severe anxiety for a lot of people. Many rooms were not clearly marked and the maps provided were confusing. There are only four elevators to cover the upper 10 floors, which was not adequate for a large event, especially when many of the guests use various mobility aids. The elevators also had irritating blue lighting and moved somewhat lurchily, which caused motion sickness in some guests. It’s a beautiful hotel with a great location, so it’s probably fine for an individual or small group on vacation if they can afford the price, but this is NOT a good venue for large events.

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