Eating Out with Kids

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Eating Out with Kids

Hi. My name is Laurie Taylor. My husband Max and I have four children all under the age of twelve. One of the things we enjoy doing as a family is having a night out eating at a restaurant. You are probably thinking, "They enjoy eating at restaurants with four young children?" Yes, it can prove to be a challenge at times, but for the most part we have found ways to keep the children happy, and we all have a great time. There have been many times when other patrons have come up to us and comment on how well behaved our children are. I would like to share some of the ways we make eating out as a family an enjoyable experience for all. From toddler to Daddy, everyone has a lovely evening.


4 Italian Veal Dishes To Try

Veal is quite popular in Italian cuisine. Many people love its tender texture and mild flavor. But if you want to enjoy veal, which dishes should you be looking for? Here are four classic ones you're likely to see on the menu at an Italian restaurant. Scaloppine al Marsala Customers often assume that scaloppine is a dish made with scallops, but it's actually a veal dish. The word "scaloppine" refers to tender slices of veal that have been pounded thin before being lightly dredged in flour and sauteed in a skillet. Read More 

Three Creative Acai Smoothie Bowls To Add To Your Menu

Acai smoothie bowls are a great thing to serve at a casual restaurant. They appeal to the "healthy" crowd. They're good for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. And they're also fairly easy for your kitchen staff to make. However, it's easy to hit a wall with acai bowls and feel like you're out of ideas for making new ones. If you're in that boat, here are some acai bowl recipes to consider adding to your menu. Read More 

4 Japanese Appetizers If You Don’t Like Sushi

Japanese restaurants are known for their signature sushi dishes, but if you do not like raw fish, you must look into other options. Sushi is not the the only way to enjoy seafood at a Japanese restaurant. The appetizer menu at a traditional Japanese restaurant will feature a lot of seafood options that includes cooked seafood. Check out some options to consider the next time you dine out at a Japanese restaurant. Read More 

The Benefits of Running a Family-Style Restaurant

These days, it seems like there are more types of restaurants than one can count. There are brew pubs, which serve craft beer and bar food. There are fusion restaurants, which serve creative cuisine combinations. Then you have your diners, fast-casual places, and sushi bars. If you're thinking of opening a restaurant, what direction should you go? One good option is to stick with an old stand-by: opening a family-style restaurant. Read More 

Three Things To Know About Virtual Restaurants

If you've found yourself talking about your favorite restaurants with friends or colleagues, there's a chance that someone may have mentioned enjoying a virtual restaurant in your community. It's possible that you're not aware of this term, but it's a good one to understand. Also known as a ghost restaurant, a virtual restaurant offers a dining experience that sets it apart from other restaurants. You'll find virtual restaurants that have all sorts of fare, making it easy to choose one of these eateries when you crave a particular type of food. Read More