By Tony Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Accessibility on the menu.

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The U.S. Attorney in Philadelphia has targeted 25 of Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants for review of their compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The review starts with a survey form to be completed by the restaurants.

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U.S. Attorney Zane Memeger says the restaurant list is not based on any specific complaints. The 25 restaurants were chosen because they are among the most popular and the government has a congressionally-mandated responsibility to ensure compliance with the ADA.

Memeger says it may turn out the restaurants are already in compliance, but if not, they’ll be given a chance to comply voluntarily.

“Ultimately, if they are in compliance, it is great for the overall industry because it makes it more attractive to everyone and that is a good thing. Philadelphia is a very vibrant thing, especially in the nightlife.”

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But if there is push-back from any of the restaurants, Memeger says have the authority to file a civil complaint and seek damages and compliance with the law.