Restaurant Row

There are so many types of restaurants to go to when not eating at home. For many, dining out can be fun and adventurous. For some people with autism spectrum disorder and their families, eating out can be stressful. Things like complex menu options, new foods, unfamiliar environments, social expectations, and other aspects of restaurants can be challenging. Use the tools and resources in the Restaurant Row to find ways to help expand dining experiences. With some supports and practice, eating out can become a more enjoyable experience.

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