Christopher's restaurant and FEAST (Food and Environmental Allergy Support Team) of the Main Line, a support group for parents of food allergic children, are holding
The dinner, open to children and adults, allows families that normally may have problems going out to eat to have a safe and allergy-friendly experience. Although not every item on the menu will be safe for every person, the ingredients of every dish will be listed on a special menu.
It's "heartwarming" to see children order off of a menu or families eat out together for the first time, said Jean Kintisch, leader of FEAST. It's an experience that most people take for granted, she said.
The dinner starts at 5 p.m., and you can make reservations by calling Christopher's.
Watch an interview with Kintisch about food allergies in the video section of this article.