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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
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.
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.

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