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  1. Hey yo. Rocks asked me to comment on parenting, which HAHAHAHAHA NOPE I don't do mommy wars, but it did make me think of kid eating. I know there's a Picky Eater thread, but I wasn't sure this fit there -- instead, it's just, what ARE your kids eating tonight? Mine: spinach fettuccine with butter, parm, garlic, and lemon, side of ripe tomato. One kid didn't like the tomato. Yep, that's life! Yours?
  2. This is a separate thread than Child-Friendly Restaurants (also in Philadelphia) since it's about such a specific item. The supervised children's dining area at Paradiso must be a God-send to weary parents. I cannot imagine how many grateful moms and dads would appreciate things such as this in their neighborhood restaurants. Having spent many a meal with a baby, worrying about high chairs, scoping out the changing tables, purposely going to noisy restaurants, whisking the child out the door so you don't bother other patrons, carrying the baby up and down sidewalks, taking turns being outside so the other exhausted parent can eat in peace for a few minutes - even though it means eating alone - and going to restaurants you wouldn't normally frequent (e.g., Cactus Cantina which was absolutely in my rotation when Matt was a baby) ... having done this, I know for a fact that a separate, *supervised*, children's dining area would have had such enormous gravitational pull that I probably would have gone to Paradiso weekly.
  3. My family and I will be visiting DC and staying in Old Town Alexandria for a week starting this Friday. We won't have a vehicle but will get around by using the metro rail. I've got 2 teenagers and an 8-year-old so I'd like to have some suggestions for good to great family dining in the area. We will be looking for some great seafood also. Any suggestions?
  4. Good morning! Can you help me solve this dining puzzle? Family coming in from Texas for 3 nights, staying at the Willard. Pieces of the puzzle are as follows: 60-something aunt, 40-something cousins, two kids (9 and 7) Traditional eaters - not particularly into ethnic, unless you count French and Italian as ethnic! Favorite restaurants include La Grenouille (NY), Galatoire's (NO), Charleston (Bmore) Price no object They are doing the standard sight-seeing during the day, and the kids are used to eating late. They are GENERALLY very well-behaved, but I don't want to take them anywhere where the mere sight of kids in the dining room will make people shudder. I was thinking of recommending 2 Amys one night as a more casual (but delicious) stop; the other two nights I'd like to go more upscale. I'm very tempted by Cafe du Parc, especially considering its location! I don't usually travel with kids - I doubt that, say, Bardeo would welcome this group! - so all suggestions/advice welcome. Thank you!
  5. Wow, eating out with 2 toddlers, even with 3 adults, is a...challenge. To say that it limited our options is an understatement, but we still managed to scrounge some tasty eats - we just had to find them some chicken first. We ate lunch at the Reading Terminal Market for lunch both days. There are so many things to eat there that the grazing is good and children can be satisfied. The fresh-squeezed OJ from the middle eastern place is fantastic and a great value. There are a lot of oranges going into my 32oz family juice! The pastries there are great as well. We tried a mushroom cheesesteak from By George's and the verdict is that we do NOT like whiz. Good, but next time, back to provolone!! The fresh-baked variety of "samosas" (lazy man's samosas, I think, in phyllo pastry) from the indian place include a spinach and cheese (it's actually a pretty good version of hand-held spanikopita), chicken (nicely spiced but dry), and potato and veg (soft and almost creamy veg. Kids like these!). The roast turkey place is salty and boring, and you get an amazing amount of meat (a good thing) in the sandwiches from Hershels. The Singapore noodles from Golden Bowl are decent and surprisingly well-curried, and you have to wait a long time to get crepes from the Creperie, but they are nice. We tried a variety of rotisserie, fried, and roasted chicken, but none came close to any of our Peruvian chicken shops. For dinner we played it safe and stayed in Chinatown. Their Penang is part of the East Coast chain, but the menu was different and had a lot more Chinese-style dishes. The food was fine and familiar, but a lot saucier that usual. We also tried Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House, which is a small, nondescript, classic hole-in-the-wall eatery that reminds me a lot of our pho houses down here. There noodles come drawn or shaved, and both types are great - fresh and chewy. The broth is pretty much the same for every dish, but you can get lots of different meat and seafood toppings or just eat the noodles plain (perfect sickness food!) with broth. The broth is clear and light and not spicy, but delicious, and you can dress it however you like for kicks (also like a pho house). It is dirt-cheap and very quick and great for eating with kids or in general!
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