You might remember the brouhaha over kids in restaurants that exploded last February after I wrote a post about Grant Central Pizza's request that parents take their squalling children outside to calm them down. The issue turned into a literally international subject of debate.
Well, this was the scene at Dakota Blue, across the street from Grant Central, last Saturday during brunch: two tables full of parents and their uncountable number of children. There were more inside. Nobody went berserk. Actually, the next day, I grabbed a quick meal at Grant Central and it too was packed with children. Nobody went berserk. And I did some writing at Grant Park Coffeehouse and watched kids fencing with popsicles. Same deal.
It makes me wonder if kids' misbehaving in restaurants is as big a problem that people claim. Of course, it only takes one squaller to disrupt a dining room.
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Where can you buy caul fat?
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Love pork belly.
Some food just doesn't photograph well, even if it is tasty.
Nothing wrong with grease on the walls if the burger is tasty.