Accessibility

Are you accessible to people with disabilities?

  • Yes. We have an access-positive way of thinking when it comes to accommodating disabilities.
  • We are always ready to assist in reading the menu or directing our guests to the restrooms and self-serve areas and can pivot quickly to communicate in writing or use other means of communication.
  • We are mindful to keep the path of travel near or to self-serve stations, seating areas, ordering and pick-up counters clear of obstacles.
  • Accessible parking for our restaurants at One Kendall Square is by and large accommodated at the Parking Structure for the facility. Designated street parking is minimal.
  • One Kendall Square has ramps, elevators, and concierge service to assist guests of the campus.
  • We accommodate service dogs, we will never ask ask what your disability is.
  • Baby changing stations are available in all State Park restrooms, and both restrooms at Mamaleh’s Delicatessen Washington Street.

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen | One Kendall Square

The entrance to Mamaleh’s Delicatessen at One Kendall Square is accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids, but the door does not have an automatic opening device. All dining areas (including outdoor tables) are accessible to wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The volume level around the space is quiet, the light level is generally bright. There is one restroom that is accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids with touchless technology at the sink. The lighting level in the restrooms is moderately bright.

Mamaleh’s Delicatessen | Washington St.

There is designated parking near Mamaleh’s Delicatessen on Washington Street in Brookline. The entrance to Mamaleh’s Delicatessen is accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids, but the door does not have an automatic opening device. All dining areas (including our patio) are accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The ordering/sales counter and path of travel is accessible for for people with wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The lighting level is bright throughout the space and the volume levels vary from quiet to moderate. The bathrooms are accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids with touchless technology throughout the handwashing stations, and the lights are motion-activated. The lighting level in the restrooms is bright.

State Park | One Kendall Square

The entrance to State Park is accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids, but the door does not have an automatic opening device. Some dining areas (including our patio) are accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids; booth seating and bar seating may not be accessible depending on the device. The lighting and volume levels vary depending on the dining area. The bathrooms have stalls that are accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The bathrooms are always brightly lit and feature touchless technology at the handwashing stations.

Vincent’s | 233 Cardinal Medeiros Ave.

There is designated parking adjacent to Vincent’s. Vincent’s is partly accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The entrance to the restaurant is up two steps. A doorbell set outside three feet from the ground can alert the staff inside when you arrive. A moveable ramp is at the ready to bring guests from the sidewalk to the indoors. The dining area on the ground floor is accessible to wheelchairs and other mobility aids. The dining area and the bar are on the second level, which is separated by a set of four wide stairs. The lighting level of the dining areas vary but are not generally categorized as dark. The volume levels are quiet to moderate. There is one restroom that is accessible for wheelchairs and other mobility aids on the second floor (up a set of four wide stairs) with motion-activated lighting and ADA-compliant hardware. The lighting level in the bathroom is considered moderately dark.