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Rack and Helen’s Bar and Grill provides an accessible dining experience in New Haven, Indiana. The restaurant serves comfort food with midwestern hospitality.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Use side door for step free entry

Nearby Accessible Parking

No nearby (2 blocks) accessible parking

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Grab bars in restroom stall

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • Type of Cuisine:American
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    1 Review for Rack and Helens Bar & Grill

    Purdue University Fort Wayne Student Travel Tips

    24 Reviews

    Comfortable dinner with family

    Overall Restaurant Accessibility Rating

    4/ 5

    Restaurant Accessibility Rating

    4/ 5

    Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility Rating

    4/ 5

    Restaurant Dining Accessibility Rating

    5/ 5

    Restaurant Parking Accessibility Rating

    3/ 5

    Purdue University Fort Wayne Student Travel Tips: When patronizing Rack & Helen’s Bar and Grill, there is one accessible parking spot attached to the main parking lot. There is a clear and relatively smooth pavement to two accessible entrances. The first entrance is on the side of the building with a ramp to the door. The second entrance is remarkably close to the parking spot which is a back entrance that takes you into the booth seating area of the restaurant. While this entrance is considered a back entrance, I saw many guests use this as the main entrance.

    Inside the restaurant there are many tables that are accessible and there are clear smooth paths to get those tables. The carry out counter is not at an accessible height and the bar rail seating is not accessible either. But the friendly wait staff will be more than happy to accommodate your takeout needs, as well as make sure you can find seating at an accessible table.

    The restroom has one accessible stall that is plenty long but felt a little narrow. There are grab bars at the back and side of the toilet. There is also good knee clearance to the sink. The sink has a one lever, and the soap is reachable. Overall Rack & Helen’s can provide an accessible dining experience in New Haven, serving up comfort food with midwestern hospitality.

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