Would it be ok to take a 21 month old to the Carthay Circle restaurant or would y'all say it's too fancy?
I probably would have taken mads that young, just so I didn't miss out on a great restaraunt. I took her to my fav nice restaraunt all the time at that age, although if she got too funnsy I'd get the rst of my food to go so I didn't dusturb people. Rarely happened since thankfully mads was pretty good at places. - madsdad
1124.7 #73 10:32PM
Thank you! I will do the same, if he gets fussy, we will just leave. - kss4tink 216.8 #1396 7:42AM
Daniel usually does good at places but I know there are some expensive restaurants I wouldn't think to take him to, I wasn't sure if this restaurant is like that. - kss4tink 216.8 #1396 7:47AM
In my mind it would depend upon how rare a treat eating somewhere nice like this is for you. If you get to enjoy fine dining on a regular occasion, and, worst case scenario, you had to leave mid-meal so as not to disturb other guests, would it be no big thing, or would it be a heartbreaking experience? Also, you know better than we how long and well you are able to occupy/distract your child. Keep in mind, he/she will be tired, over-stimulated and probably hungry. - LittleAprilShowers
471.0 #257 10:48PM
Good points! We rarely go to fine dining restaurants but if we have to leave in the middle, I won't mind at all. We have taken him to a lot of restaurants and he usually does really good but there have been times where we had to walk out with him. I just wasn't sure if The Carthay was too fancy to take a baby. Thank you for your response! :) - kss4tink 216.8 #1396 7:45AM