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Nice Family Friendly Dinner

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    Pablo
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    surber17 wrote >>
    Pablo, you’ve said Bob Evans and “ask the kids what they like” … not helping. One can’t talk yet and the other eats chicken tenders everywhere we go. i dont’ see Bob Evans as healthy btw.

    Hey, I’m just going from personal experience. Dining with little kids can be a challenge – I have 3. Good luck getting the kid who likes chicken fingers to eat Sfiha. I like Lavash but there’s not a whole lot there that my 5 year old will like.

    #345848

    lifeliberty
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    1st thought was Lavash, i always see children in there

    2nd spaghetti wharehouse

    3rd St James Tavern for bagels and pizza

    Tony’s, we’ve been there a lot with children and it’s been no problem

    2 and 4 year olds don’t really add much to the bill at all

    blue danube
    marinos
    flat iron
    guiseppes
    planks
    bono
    starliner
    sage
    georgio
    hound dogs

    #345849

    fonzette
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    I took my 4-year-old nephew to Lavash today and he was perfectly happy. But then he’s a pretty adventurous eater.
    Maybe Wildflower? My sister’s kids are always happy there.
    I think eating healthy is an option almost anywhere (Bob Evans included – they have some surprisingly good salads that don’t have to be high-fat), unless you’re at bw3 or McDonald’s or the like.

    #345850

    Z Pizza. Low prices, good food, kids can run free, ample parking nearby, and lots of options for picky eaters.

    #345851

    cc
    Member

    Cici’s Pizza (the poor man’s Chucky Cheese) ;)

    …they have a salad bar

    #345852

    racheltb
    Participant

    I know this is too late, but I’m surprised no one said Northstar. They have a nice kids menu, lots of health adult options and kids are very welcome.

    #345853

    NerosNeptune
    Participant

    I agree about zpizza.

    #345854

    LBOWACC
    Member

    I would say golden corral because they have almost every type of food, and kids would love a buffet that big.

    #345855

    cyclist II
    Participant

    Bagels by Captain Cream Cheese. Kids love Captains!

    #345856

    RunningBy
    Member

    we were just at yellow brick pizza, with two families, three kids under five, worked well for us, what’s healthier than pizza?

    Since when is St James serving food?

    #345857
    derm
    derm
    Participant

    This may seem wierd to people, but we used to take our little kids to Figlio with us. Just tried to get there early before the happening crowd. They have a plain cheese pizza, will make buttered noodles for the kids, bring out the basket of bread and put the white paper cover over the tablecloth. We would bring crayons and let them fill up the paper.

    #345858

    cc
    Member

    I would tend to say Figlio is not kid friendly. Mostly due to the elbow to elbow seating arrangement.

    #345859

    surber17
    Participant

    Thanks for the suggestions. Unfortunately the kids are kind of picky (and some of the adults too) so Mediterranean cuisine is out for the group. In the past we’ve gone to a couple Mexican restaurants and it’s worked well (El Vaquero and Cantina Laredo). Northstar is def. a great choice, but we were looking for more of a full service restaurant. Please keep the suggestions coming. (BTW I know they’ve taken the kids to Figlio before and it worked out well).

    #345860

    cc
    Member

    surber17 wrote >>
    Pablo, you’ve said Bob Evans and “ask the kids what they like” … not helping. One can’t talk yet and the other eats chicken tenders everywhere we go. i dont’ see Bob Evans as healthy btw.

    Your our previous choice was El Vaquero?

    #345861

    redrover
    Member

    Both Cap City and Bravo have always worked well for us. Bravo is nice because the kids can draw on the butcher paper they put on all of the tables.

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