• Max Brenner

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    This delicious place is mostly accessible, but there are a couple issues. There is not much space in the restaurant, especially between tables, and there were many people standing in line in the restaurant. It is a mix between a sit down and not, as many people take sweet treats to go. However, if you talk with the staff, they said they can set someone with an accessibility issue in a corner with hopefully less of a crowd.

    Cuisine type: American , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   639 Reviews

  • Mike & Patty’s

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    This sandwich place is incredible, but unfortunately not very accessible. There is a step outside the restaurant, and while no steps inside, it is quite small. It is not a sit down place, and more of a grab and go. The seating is mostly stools, and I would recommend anyone with a disability to just order take out and call them to drop it off outside the restaurant (which the staff assured me that they would do)

    Cuisine type: American , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   329 Reviews

  • Mike’s Pastry

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    Mike’s Pastry is a good cannoli spot. It is accessible with counter ordering. There are no tables and no restrooms.

    TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   147 Reviews

  • Miracle of Science Bar & Grill

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    Miracle of Science has a good craft beer selection and typical bar fare. However, the only entrance has a small door and multiple steps. The restaurant is cramped and accessible seating is limited.

    Cuisine type: American,Bar,Pub , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   152 Reviews

  • Miznon

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    Inside Chelsea Market. Restaurant is only accessible by entering from W 15th street entrance directly restaurant, not from within Chelsea Market itself. Only a couple of seats are accessible, however there is more accessible seating up flight of 4 stairs without handrail to rest of Chelsea Market building. No accessible restroom in premise. We recommend going with a partner who can go down steps, order, and bring food back to Chelsea Market level. That way you can explore rest of Market without exiting and reentering building and you can have access to restrooms

    Cuisine type: Mediterranean,Middle Eastern,Israeli , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   84 Reviews

  • Monica’s Mercato & Salumeria

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    A market, not a restaurant. There is a large step requiered to enter, and the line for ordering occupies all of the space of the venue. Difficult to access.

    Cuisine type: Italian , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   222 Reviews

  • Mooncusser Fish House

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    This restaurant requires that you go up stairs (after going inside) on top of Moon Bar. There is an elevator that goes up, but it is currently out of order. Once upstairs, it is very accessible, but currently there is no way to get upstairs.

    Cuisine type: American,Seafood , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   56 Reviews

  • MUD COFFEE

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    Foot high step required to enter with no handrails. Extremely narrow (2ft wide) pathway required to get from entrance to seating area. Most seating is night tops or very squished tables
  • Neptune Oyster

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    Neptune Oyster is one of the most popular seafood options in the North End. The restaurant requires several steps up and once inside the seating is primarily bar style and booths. It is also difficult to move through the narrow gap between the bar and seats.

    Cuisine type: American,Seafood,Soups , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1836 Reviews

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    Extremely inaccessible. Large step required for entry. Extremely crowded interior. Very had to access, even with preparations.

    Cuisine type: American,Seafood,Soups , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1836 Reviews

  • NICO

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    Nico is an elegant restaurant with a cozy atmosphere. A tow zone out front makes for easy drop offs but the only restroom is not accessible and is located down a flight of stairs. There are also two steps required to enter the restaurant.

    Cuisine type: Italian , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1135 Reviews

  • North End Fish & Sushi Bar

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    The North End Fish & Sushi Bar is acclaimed on both Zagat and Trip Advisor and the smell when you walk inside confirms why. The sushi is made daily and the restaurant is designed primarily for take out. Entering the restaurant requires several steps down and the small shop has no tables or acessible bathroom.

    Cuisine type: Seafood,Sushi,Asian , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   19 Reviews

  • North Square Oyster

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    The restaurant features a main seating area and a bar with a lot of natural light. There are multiple tiers and floors to the restaurant that make it challenging to navigate despite its spacious layout.

    Cuisine type: American,Seafood , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   60 Reviews

  • North Street Grille

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    North Street Grille is highly rated on Zagat and serves classic American cuisine. To enter the restaurant you must go up two stairs. Once inside, the tables are bunched closely together which makes it difficult to move around.

    Cuisine type: American , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   336 Reviews

  • Old State House

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    Price per person: $6
    Discounts : Yes
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : Guided
    Duration of tour : 1 hour
    Areas to sit throughout : No
    Accessible washrooms and water fountains : No
    Wheelchairs on hand for loan : No
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): No
    Available rain or shine : No
    Accessible Parking or Drop-Off Area (within 20 feet from entrance) : Yes

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    The oldest public building in Boston (1713) was the home to British government offices until they were pushed out in 1776. Immediately outside the building is the site of the Boston Massacre.

    Unfortunately, the Old State House is not even remotely accessible. There are no accessible entrances, period. The building requires many steps to enter and many more once inside. Furthermore, the interior is very narrow and cramped.

    We recommend simply admiring its history and aesthetics from the outside rather than within. If you are able to access the building, you will enjoy an extensive museum and maybe even have the opportunity to hear a lecture on subjects ranging many Revolution-related topics.

    Freedom Trail: This is the ninth stop on the Freedom Trail

    Price: $6 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1181 Reviews