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Sometimes it’s obvious which restaurants are appropriate for kids and which ones are not. Obviously, youngsters are welcome at most chain restaurants like TGIFriday’s or The Chancery, but potentially less welcome at a place that’s fancier.
Some Milwaukee restaurants, however, are questionable as to whether or not kids are welcome. Recently, I considered bringing my kids to a few restaurants that are more "grown up" eateries, but wondered if we would get looks of disgust.
I recognize it depends on the age of the kids, the way they behave and how busy the restaurant is, but in general, do you find any or all of these restaurants to be appropriate for children?
1. Emperor of China, 1010 E. Brady St.
2. Roots, 1818 N. Hubbard St.
3. Comet Cafe, 1947 N. Farwell Ave.
4. Cempazuchi, 1205 E. Brady St.
5. Marchese’s Olive Pit, 1100 S. 1st St.
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