Kids In Restaurants


Kids In Restaurants

This group is for the discussion of kids and kids related topics as pertaining to restaurants

Members: 31
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2011

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Children's Menus

Started by Matt Urdan. Last reply by Debra Straka Jul 23, 2008. 4 Replies

Unique Challenges of Kids in Restaurants

Started by Matt Urdan. Last reply by Carol Ott Apr 7, 2008. 3 Replies

Targetting Kid pricing in order to increase sales

Started by Rick Benites. Last reply by Matt Urdan Apr 4, 2008. 1 Reply

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Comment by Joe Archuleta on April 27, 2009 at 4:36pm
Are the kid's still leaning towards mac and cheese and fishsticks? If so, what is the mystique in these items? Could we be at the start of a new generation that is going back to basics like maybe teaching our country's history and what made us great instead of now not wanting to "hurt" someone's feelings?
Comment by Personable Chef Lynn on August 29, 2008 at 5:14pm
The more I move around this site the more I find and this group is where I need to be.
I'm a personal chef and I started to teach kids cooking classes. This helps not only lessen the picky eater factor a bit but gives the kids great self esteem when they can say "I made this".
Children's menu's well, I have had a strong opinion about this for a long time. If you go to my page you'll find my posting about this very subject. Also at I posted an article that relates to this topic. (click Marin to find my writings).
I think far to many restaurants don't even think about it because we keep buying what they offer and the cycle continues. But I know a lot of people where I live in Marin county,Ca. are fed up with this and want to see change.
How do we do this? Do I just straight out talk to where I eat and offer to help?
Because I don't work in a restauarant I'm not sure of the protocol and all that entails.
Things need to change both and I'm hoping to help find a solution.

Comment by Keith Bernhardt on August 17, 2008 at 4:24am
I wa at a restaurant in Chicago about a year ago. It was bout 230
pm. The place was wide open as far as availability was concerned.

The hostes sat me about two tables behind a family having thier late lunch. This family had two of the worst behaved children I had ever seen.

I begged to the hostess and server to move. But, "Well, we are short handed and this is all we can do." They apologized profusely. I don't get mad often, but that had to be my worst
restaurant experience in a long time.

My retort was "If you are going to do something about it, then do it. But, don't stand there and apologize and not do anything."

The parents were just blind to the whole incident and couldn't understand why I was complaining about their "angels" !
Comment by Joe Archuleta on June 7, 2008 at 11:38am
Whoooops, forgot one! The "sliders" have been very successful with the munchins! Miniature hamburger bun with a miniature beef patty. This product is "NBR" friendly! (No Brain Required)

Comment by Joe Archuleta on June 7, 2008 at 11:33am
We serve meatloaf and mini corndogs along with all the usual kids stuff. We have a microwavable pizza that is served at schools making this an instant hit due to the identity of the product. They grew up with it in school. We also make a pita bread pizza for them.




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