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On YELP, when they label "Good For Kids: No", does that mean you need an ID to enter?

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  • On YELP, when they label "Good For Kids: No", does that mean you need an ID to enter?


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Answer #1 | 04/12 2013 12:34
thanks
Positive: 59 %
Answer #2 | 04/12 2013 13:00
No, it just means it's more upscale and not kid-friendly. The other people eating won't appreciate your toddler screaming for his french fries. You're 19; you're not considered a kid/child.
Positive: 53 %
Answer #3 | 04/12 2013 11:49
I think it means that it's a restaurant with a "romantic" atmosphere, candles on the table, fancy food, etc. and not really a "kid-friendly" place. It doesn't say "adults only" so I can't imagine you'd need an ID, or even that kids aren't allowed. Simply that it's more of an "up-scale" place. Best way to find out would be to call them.
Positive: 33 %

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... and then they do, and you have to ... plus! like I said you can enter either ... If you're feeling a bit claustrophobic and in need of some air ...
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Our ID's are legit and they do have squiggly lines. ... The bar is along the left as you enter and can probably seat about ten, ... Good for Kids No Good ...
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