In the past, there have been lively debates about kids at fine dining restaurants. I get that. It's perfectly acceptable for a five-star restaurant to choose not to cater to children when diners are paying hundreds of dollars a plate. But in the real world of cafés and fast food, you have to learn to deal with the ups and downs of customer service. And often, that includes kids.Read Full Story
New York Times Magazine sent six second-grade students to dinner at Daniel, one of New York's finest and fanciest French restaurants, for a seven-course tasting menu that carries a price tag of $220 per person. And even though I'm insanely jealous these children got to eat a meal I will likely never experience, it's hard not to love their unfiltered commentary.Read Full Story
I have been a waitress, and now I’m a parent. Because of this, I know everything there is to know about the endless restaurant-parent power struggle. I’m only kidding — kind of. As a former server and current mother, I feel that I understand both sides of the issue. I’m ready to weigh in. While it may be inconvenient to many parents with young children, restaurants have every right to ban strollers in a crowded dining room.Read Full Story
Red Lobster was once an icon amongst chain restaurants. An eatery that promised luxury, it was once a destination for those who wanted to taste the bounty of the sea. However, diners' tastes have changed, the economy has changed, and the availability of fresh seafood has improved, leading to a downturn in Red Lobster's profits. Is there hope for the company?Read Full Story
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