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Now You Can Find Certified Barrier-Free Dining Choices in over 500 U.S. Cities and Towns in 41 States!

Here are just a few of them ...

Barrier-Free "Dining" Choices
are now Certified in 41 States and Washington DC:

However ... we're still looking for a few good qualified local barrier-free dining resources in the States of:

Kentucky;
Maine;
Massachusetts;
Nebraska;
New Hampshire;
North Dakota;
South Dakota;
Vermont; and
West Virginia.

Please read on ...

Illustration of U.S. Map. Caption: States where we have now located and certified barrier-free dining choices for you, in coral. States we haven't gotten to yet, in yellow. Last update Sept. 6, 2013. Now in 41 States and counting, as we grow to serve you better.



New listings are posted about once a week. In some towns, numerous barrier-free resources are now listed; in others, only a few so far. Our objective is to provide you with accurate, detailed information that you need to make intelligent and informed barrier-free choices in your life.

Every resource you find here has been personally recommended by a real person like you who uses our Information Service. Each restaurant (or other consumer resource) is pre-screened and Certified by a BFC Staff member for:

• Their ACCESSIBILITY to the majority of Disabled Consumers;
• Consistent QUALITY of Food AND Customer Service;
• Sensitivity to Disabled Customers' Special Needs; and
• Positive Interest in doing business with the Disabled Consumer / Senior Citizen market.

And if a place doesn't meet our standards, you will not find it listed with our Service!

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Feedback, Recommendations, Requests . . .

FEEDBACK: Have you recently visited (or traded with) a place you found on our Service? We'd like to hear your first impressions. We are not asking you to "rate" the place, but just to tell us how it was for you. Here's a link to our confidential "Feedback Form" (new window).

RECOMMEND: Know a great barrier-free restaurant in your neighborhood that others should know about? Use our "Recommendation Form" to send us the details, and we'll check them out.

REQUEST: Haven't been able to find the barrier-free resource you've been looking for? You can use our "Research Request Form" to let us know what you want, and we'll get our research team working to help you find it ... in your neighborhood!

Instructions for each Form are on the Form itself.
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