Should high priced restaurants ban children under 10 during dinner hours? Hate paying $200 for dinner and have to listen to screaming kids?
- Mr. CoronaLv 62 months agoFavorite Answer
I told a couple of restaurant managers I will not patronize their establishments because they do not provide a fine dining experience, like it says in their sign or advertisement. There’s one restaurant here in Tampa, Florida where I live that will not put up with rowdy children or adults for that matter.
- 1 month ago
Yes definetly, if you can afford a pricey meal you can afford to pay a baby sitter. I even say this should apply to regular restaurants. I hate having to spend money and tip on food and listen to screaming. Kids are otherwise welcome just be considerate when people are paying extra money to be someplace.
- Common SenseLv 71 month ago
Here is my gage....if I want to dine without young children, I do not go to restaurants that have a children''s menu or who have high chairs/booster seats.
- 2 months ago
No,becaise they kids also custmers
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- el staplerLv 52 months ago
at $200 a meal, I can't imagine THAT many children running around or maybe Applebee's isn't the best place to drop $200
- BeverlyLv 62 months ago
I don't know of any restaurant that would deny a family to bring along the children. Not much you can do about this.
- roderick_youngLv 72 months ago
Then don't go to that restaurant.
Where do you live? Maybe your area has rich people that don't care what their kids do? Where I live, I don't see poorly-behaved kids in restaurants with $200 dinners. Children that know manners, yes. But even in mid-range restaurants, when a child starts acting up, a parent takes them outside. It's only in the family places that there's noise.
- Anonymous2 months ago
When you dine in "public", you should expect to encounter "the public".
If you want a controlled environment, stay in your own home.
- OrlaLv 52 months ago
You pay 200 dollars for dinner ??
- regeruggedLv 72 months ago
Two best things: complain to manager or get up and leave.