Kids may also be a nuisance for hotels and restaurants in particular.
Imagine having a long day with tons of paperwork to do at work, a cranky boss and unsympathetic colleagues.
Your evening and everything you want to do is have a nice and quiet meal in your favorite restaurant. You give an order and wait for your scrumptious food.
Your order is delivered by the waiter, and you dig in warmly.
You relax a bit and enjoy your evening when a family with young children unexpectedly marches in.
The kids shriek at the edge of their annoying voices in no time, and even the parents do not bother to do much about it. Aren’t you going to be angry?
Okay, one Monterey restaurant knows exactly what you’d feel like and has chosen to take the parents ‘ suggestion.
The Old Fisherman’s Grotto has implemented a policy that guarantees that you don’t get into the restaurant to interrupt your peace of mind by screaming children and crying babies.
In his little seafood restaurant, he even has a sign that makes the policy perfectly clear to diners.
“No scooters, no high chairs, no booster chairs,” reads the sign.
“Kids who scream or make loud noises are a nuisance to other diners and are not allowed in the dining room as such.”
The restaurant is enforcing a rule that forbids children that cry or make loud noises from entering the dining area.
Mr. Shake said that he doesn’t want to confuse his customers by shouting young people.
He further added that “We decided it was necessary for our guests to enjoy a great meal and not to be interrupted by kids in our dining room crying.
Without any doubt Grotto of the Old Fisherman has become quite popular in social media.
The public did not hesitate to express their views, and there are supporters and opponents of Grotto’s decision.
One supporter Gayle Browning applauded the decisions of the restaurant and said in no unclear terms how many of her dinners had been ruined by screaming children.
Three parties get affected by noisy children they are, parents, restaurant managers, and the customers.
Here we have some suggestions for all three parties as for parents they need to enforce the restaurant’s home dining rules to children.
Try to sympathize with the parents if you’re the offended party; you can move to a quieter place, or you can talk about it to the management.
Talk to the parents if you are the management and see if they can get the situation under control as soon as possible.
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