Myrtle Beach, SC, July 20, 2022: We are delighted to share Angelo’s Steak & Pasta has a sensory friendly dining room for CAN Card holders–the first on the Grand Strand.
The dining room has doors that are closed to the adjoining dining area and its own entrance. Reservations are required. When arriving, if needed, the party can call the restaurant and a hostess will greet them outside and walk them to the entrance of the dining room.
In addition, as a CAN Card Club Autism Supportive business, Angelo’s Steak & Pasta offers a 10% discount (excluding alcohol) to CAN Card holders.
Angelo Antonucci, owner of Angelo’s Steak & Pasta says, “autism is not a choice. It happens, and by understanding the disorder, we can provide a comfortable dining experience with the privacy and support people living with autism can enjoy.”
Becky Large, Champion Autism Network Executive Director, says about the participation of Angelo’s, “The commitment to and support of people living with autism by Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Antonucci and the team at Angelo’s Steak & Pasta continues to deepen. It is the kind of growth of awareness, acceptance and support the autism community needs and dreams of. Thank you, Angelo, thank you!”
About Angelo’s Steak & Pasta:
Located at 2311 South Kings Hwy in Myrtle Beach, Angelo’s Steak & Pasta is an Italian Restaurant with an All-You-CAN-eat Italian buffet and the greatest steaks in the universe.
Autism is a general term used to describe a group of complex developmental brain disorders – Autism Spectrum Disorders. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by communication difficulties, social and behavioral challenges, and repetitive behaviors making unfamiliar environments triggers for tantrums and meltdowns. An estimated 1 in 44 children in the U.S. is on the Autism Spectrum and that number is increasing.
About Champion Autism Network:
Champion Autism Network’s mission is to educate and empower communities, businesses, and organizations to create supportive and judgment-free experiences that enhance the quality of life for people living with autism.
To learn more go to www.championautismnetwork.com or Champion Autism Network on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChampionAutismNetwork/