• Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

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    Del Frisco’s, located above Tony C’s, is a high end steakhouse located on the Seaport pier. While the restaurant is elevated, they have a handicap accessible entrance.

    TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   945 Reviews

  • Deli One

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    Deli One is a cafeteria style restaurant with great food and prices. The staff is friendly and the layout is spacious.

    Cuisine type: Deli , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   22 Reviews

  • Dolce Vita Ristorante

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    Dolce Vita has a range of pastas, meats, and seafoods in an intimate atmosphere. Many of the seats are half booths, but there are also plenty of chairs that can be pulled out. While parking nearby is difficult, there is an alley just next door that could be used for drop offs.

    Cuisine type: Italian , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   519 Reviews

  • Eastern Standard

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    A classic French Brasserie, Eastern Standard offers an awesome menu along with a view of Red Sox Nation as they crowd the streets before or after the ballgame. Additionally, the restaurant has completely accessible indoor and heated outdoor seating and is only a five-minute walk from Fenway Park.

    TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   10 Reviews

  • El Jefe’s Taqueria

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    Completely accessible location. Chipotle/Subway style ordering, but very easy! Also has automated door opening button at from entrance.

    Cuisine type: Mexican , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   13 Reviews

  • Evoo Restaurant

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    EVOO is fully accessible. The restaurant is connected to the nearby parking garage (through the inside!) so parking is easy.
  • Fairmont Copley Plaza

    Hotels

    Price Range: $$ ($230 - $900)
    Total Rooms : 383
    ADA accessible rooms : 18
    Rooms with roll in showers : 18
    Accessible On-Site Parking or Valet : Yes
    Accessible entrance and lobby : Yes
    Lobby level accessible restroom : Yes
    Elevator to all floors of accessible accommodation : Yes
    14-hour (or more) room service : Yes
    Accessible restaurants within or connected to building : Yes

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    This hotel is as classy and convenient as it gets. While it is expensive, the hotel is exquisite and sits on top of Copley Square directly across from the Copley T stop. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service and houses the OAK Long Bar + Kitchen, a top notch and entirely accessible restaurant.

    The hotel is completely accessible with 18 ADA-compliant rooms (each equipped with roll-in showers). Convenient parking and seamless drop-off area make it especially easy to access. All of its amenities lend to its rating as one of Boston's premier and most accessible hotels. We recommend calling as far in advance as possible, as the hotel tends to become booked very fast.

    Price: $$ ($230 - $900) , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   4724 Reviews

  • Faneuil Hall

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : Self-Guided
    Duration of tour : 30 - 60 minutes
    Areas to sit throughout : Yes
    Accessible washrooms and water fountains : Yes
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): Yes
    Available rain or shine : Yes
    Accessible Parking or Drop-Off Area (within 20 feet from entrance) : Yes

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    This landmark building was a center for organized protests against the Britain prior to the American Revolution, including the first meeting to protest the tea tex that precipitated the Boston Tea Party. It was also home to an essential artillery company (Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company) and a meeting hall that is still used to this day.

    Faneuil Hall now hosts a museum of the historic Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (4th floor) and the Great Hall (2nd floor), both of which are easily accessed by an elevator from the visitor center. A ranger also gives a talk every thirty minutes in the Great Hall. The visitor center and gift shop are located on the ground floor, where staff is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. The building is also adjacent to Quincy Market which is a great area to stop for food or drink. The nearest public transportation is the Green or Blue line to Government Center. The nearest parking garage is 75 State Street Garage.

    While the main entrance requires stairs, there is a ramp entrance with a powered door nearby along the right side of the building (near the Bostix booth). The interior is very spacious and there are restrooms in the basement and on the 2nd floor.

    Freedom Trail: Stop number 11 along the Freedom Trail

    Price: $0 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   7827 Reviews

  • Felipe’s Taqueria

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    Felipe’s is centrally located (directly outside one of the Harvard Square T Stop entrance/exits) tasty, and affordable. Arguably the best Mexican food in the area, Felipe’s Taqueria is a fun dining choice for lunch, dinner, or late night dining (open until midnight).

    This taqueria is also very well designed from an accessibility standpoint. It has elevator access to accessible seating on each floor (including a basement bar, rooftop bar, and additional floor of seating). It is important to note, however, that it is not a traditional sit-down and order format. Rather, to order and pay for your food, you must wait in line and explain to staff what you want as the prepare your order in a build-your-own format. We recommend not going during peak hours (prime lunch and dinner times) to avoid lines, and asking the person who rings up your order to carry your food to your desired table for you. With that said, it is still a very accessible location and is one of our favorite Harvard Square restaurants!

    Cuisine type: Mexican , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   220 Reviews

  • Fig & Olive

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    Fig & Olive is a beautiful Italian eatery a couple of blocks removed from the bustle of the center of Rockefeller Plaza. Italian dishes that are easy on the eyes and stomach make this restaurant worth considering for an upscale experience. The restaurant has two floors of dining, but the second floor is only accessible via a long flight of stairs. Every other feature of the restaurant is accessible, however, so we recommend calling ahead to specifically reserve a table on the first floor to ensure a hassle-free experience.
  • Five Horses Tavern

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    Five Horses Tavern was clearly built to accessible standards. High stool seating and bar seating are too high and there are booths, but still plenty of tables able to pull a wheelchair beneath. There is an elevator used to access main dining floor of restaurant from entrance. Another elevator in back takes downstairs to accessible bathrooms.

    Cuisine type: American,Contemporary , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   161 Reviews

  • Flour Bakery

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    Flour is a delicious bakery near MIT known for their sticky buns. It has a spacious interior with ample street parking outside, and designated handicap parking spaces next door.

    Cuisine type: American,Cafe , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   270 Reviews

  • Fogo de Chao

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    Very accessible. There is a lift directly to the right of the stairs for accessible entry. Seating is easy to pull in and out of. Important to note that this is a buffet style restaurant, but area to place food on plate is very easy to navigate.

    Cuisine type: Steakhouse,Brazilian,Barbecue , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   820 Reviews

  • Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

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    There are steps outside of the restaurant, but there is also an elevator that can be taken from outside into the restaurant. Most of the tables are accessible, and there is plenty of space. The bathrooms are completely accessible, and there is plenty of space to move around.
  • FoMu

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    Fomu is a beautiful, modern cafe and ice cream parlor. While seating is limited, the restaurant is perfect for a sit down lunch. As with all of South End, parking is difficult to find but you can easily drop someone off right outside

    Cuisine type: Healthy ,