Lithuanian chef frustrated over children in restaurants: if you have nowhere to leave them, stay at home
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Lithuanian chef frustrated over children in restaurants: if
you have nowhere to leave them, stay at home
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Agnė Keizikienė 2018 july 23 d. 13:18

It is probably possible to divide all the people willing to
go with children to a restaurant into several groups. Some
fear that the child will cry, but still go. Others are
afraid for the same reason and don’t go. There will also
be those who are neither afraid or care how the child will
behave. The last, and perhaps the rarest, is the group that
has raised their children to behave as to not bother neither
the parents nor people around them. Regardless, stories
about parents and their children being asked to leave
restaurants have reached public’s attention many times. So
how should one pick a restaurant and which should be avoided
if you plan to take your children along?

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