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The other challenge with eating out can be the toilets and the changing facilities. It’s worth touching on but they can be quite scary places for babies, especially if they are quite noise sensitive. That will often set a baby off. The noise in a busy restaurant is like white noise but the loo has terrible acoustics and the hand dryers are scary.
Having a foldable changing mat in your bag is a good idea because you don’t have to put them directly on the floor, if there aren’t appropriate changing facilities.
It’s another thing to scout out.
Most chain restaurants that have kids’ menus will generally have changing facilities, won’t they?