Chefs and Restaurants
KultureCity Can Help Make Your Restaurant Sensory Inclusive
For most of your guests, the bustle of going out to eat is a thrill—the chatter, the mingling aromas of sizzling food and the cheerful clang of dishes and glassware. But for someone with an invisible disability, even the quiet hum of fluorescent lighting can take on the irritation level of a gnat relentlessly buzzing in their ear, and trigger a sensory overload episode.
If no one on staff is...