Concept: Resturant for Autistics

You have to make reservations several weeks in advanced.

You call in and give them you’re favorite meal an then they make it, no questions asked. They also make sure it’s 100% sensory friendly.

You are seated in a room with lights that you can set at your preferred brightness, and you can change it whenever you like. You also control the music, if you want any. They have a playlist of stimmy songs and you choose the volume and you can skip the ones you don’t like. You choose the temperature of the room.

No one else is in the room but your party.

There are special rooms for wheelchair users that have adjustable table heights so you don’t have to try and get into the chair to be at the relight height to eat.

They will prepare meals for service dogs, or just bring in a bowl and allow you to bring your own dog food.

It’s ok if you bring in you’re preferred cup or plate or spoon or whatever, they’ll work around it.

The whole evening is planned so no surprises. They won’t sing happy birthday to you unless you plan it at the time of reservation.

You can ask to have bean bag chairs or rocking chairs or bouncy chairs, whatever you prefer.

All of the staff knows sign language so you don’t have to go through the hassle of finding a translator.

If something goes wrong and you don’t like what you ordered you can pick a new meal from the menu. Everything has pictures so you just have to point and the waiter will get your order.