Monday, January 28, 2013 8:33:44 PM
Way to go for the waiter and the restaurant. It looks like a swanky Italian, which in my experience means they are really nice people. I used to take my kid outside when he played up and ask him if he wanted to go home or sit with the grown ups and he always calmed down, from the age of 1 I could take him anywhere. Just a tip for any new parents. All kids play up, special needs or not but you don't do that.
Sunday, January 27, 2013 4:42:49 PM
"It is up to the waiter's discretion to serve them. " So if a waiter doesn`t like what you say, even if no one around you is offended, he can throw you out.
Suppose he doesn`t like your pro-Obama button? Or pro-Romney tshirt? What if he doesn`t like your religious referance? No, if you haven`t bothered the other customers the waiter is there to serve food. If he wants to be a judge of society let him become a judge or preacher or politician.
Sunday, January 27, 2013 12:11:01 PM
Draculya-"it depends on how the kid was behaving"
I agree, it has nothing to do with dissability.
I cancelled an order and walked out of a restaurant once because a 5 year old (with no appearant problem) decided go into one continuous scream at the top of her lungs, and her parents thought the appropriate way to handle it was to ignore it.
The restaurant was in a mall, and we could still hear the child screaming from 200 feet away.
At least 5 groups of people either walked out without eating, or turned around before even going in.
First, the parents should have disciplined and/or removed the child.
Secon, the parents deserved an asswipin for being horrible parents.