The guy at the next table is more interested in his iPhone than his 6-year-old, and junior keeps jumping on the seat of the booth behind you and shouting at the back of your head. These are the moments that try couple's souls.
Time talks to chefs and servers, who suggest that a ban on children, even if they don't support one, would make life a lot easier for fellow diners and the staff. The debate stems from the decision by McDain's restaurant in Monroesville, Pennsylvania, earlier this month that it would no longer serve diners under the age of 6. Should restaurants actually ban children or have some sort of age limit?