Restaurant Row

There is a vast selection of restaurant choices – ethnic, fine dining, fast food, buffets, and more. So many people find dining out to be convenient, fun, and adventurous. For some people with autism spectrum disorder and their families, eating out can be particularly 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 provide welcoming and supportive dining experiences for people with autism and those who join them.

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