NJ restaurant bans children under 10 from dining room


Smarter than the average bear
PREMO Member
Not sure how this will affect sales. It might make the place more popular.
A popular Italian restaurant in New Jersey will be saying no to children under the age of 10, banning them from the restaurant starting early next month.
In a Facebook post the owners wrote: "Between noise levels, lack of space for high chairs, cleaning up crazy messes, and the liability of kids running around the restaurant, we have decided that it's time to take control of the situation."



RBF expert
Some places are not meant to be child friendly, and/or are perfectly within their rights to designate a place as child-free. As a parent, I'm perfectly OK with this.

(and if I was in NJ in need of a family-appropriate finer Italian eatery, there's a million to choose from in that area anyways - move along and spend your money elsewhere without making such a big deal out of it)