Moms Talk: Should Some Restaurants Ban Children?
One Pennsylvania diner has banned kids under the age of 6 from eating there. Is this a good call?
We're tipping our hat to Twinsburg Patch this week for extending its Moms Talk discussion to us. Read on and make sure to tell us what you think.
Let's be real here: If you go to a Chuck E. Cheese, you're going to have hundreds of screaming children. But what about that cozy little diner down the street?
One Pennsylvania restaurant recently banned children under the age of 6 from eating there, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The man told the Journal he has gotten a lot of support from people on the decision.
"I'm doing this on behalf of all the kind, refined people who have emailed me who have had meals ruined," said Mr. Vuick, a former high-school sociology and psychology teacher. "I've decided someone in our society had to dig their heels in on this issue."
So now we bring the discussion to you. What do you think about banning children from dining at certain restaurants?
Is this a good call for his particular business, or should more places take a good look at considering something similar?
Or do you find this to be in terrible taste and something to be outraged by?