Business Listing Criteria

Each business listed herein meets or exceeds Disabled Access requirements set by the ADA and Doors Wide Open community. Meaning that each establishment has wheelchair/scooter maneuvering clearances at entryways, sufficient aisle space between fixed seats, and wheelchair accessible seating throughout.

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To Get Listed

Currently we are not charging business listing fees. So as long as your establishment meets the requirements mentioned to the left you qualify for a free listing. We are in the process of finalizing memberships, listing packages and offering a 90-day free trial.

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Signing Up

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. Business name & address

. Web site address

. Email address

. Contact name & phone number (best time to call)

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Recently Added Listings

Masa Sushi Restaurant

January 6, 2016 11:57 am admin


Chef Masa's appreciation for food started at a young age, growing up working for his family’s fish market in a town of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. From his early years of delivering fresh sashimi to neighbors on his bicycle, to prepping and grilling hundreds of fish courses to cater weddings in high school, his relationship with food has always been a way of life. 10 Columbus Circle Time Warner Center, 4th Floor New York, NY 10019 - Manhat

, Clinton Towers, W 54th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
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Petit Poulet Restaurant

May 20, 2014 2:13 pm admin


About the restaurant Opened in fall of 2012, Petit Poulet is a French Bistro & Wine Bar located near Herald Square. Petit Poulet’s charming and intimate setting features warm wood walls,mmosaic tile floors, and a classic tin ceiling in an ode to classic parisian bistros. Located in the Radisson Hotel in Herald Square, Petit Poulet offers lunch and dinner menus, mappealing to both travelers and locals alike. Some examp

52 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001, USA
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Peter Luger’s Restaurant

May 19, 2014 4:04 pm admin


When "Carl Luger's Café, Billiards and Bowling Alley" was opened in 1887, the restaurant quickly became a neighborhood favorite in predominantly German Williamsburg. Peter Luger owned the establishment, while his nephew, Carl, manned the kitchen. Luger's was not the only thing doing in the small Brooklyn neighborhood. With the opening of the Williamsburg Bridge in December of 1903, Manhattan became far more accessible and a new crowd of busin

178 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA