HOUSTON - We've heard loud and clear how you feel about the "no kids allowed" policies Local 2 showed you Tuesday night.
The overwhelming majority of responses Local 2 received are from people who like the idea of the ban.
"I think parents who can't teach their children manners and common courtesy should be banned," Marnie Breazeale posted on Facebook.
At least one Houston restaurant realizes you might want a nice meal and you might want your kids to enjoy it also.
It's why Quattro at Four Seasons has created family-style three course dinners every Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
General Manager Brane Poledica said the family friendly menu had been in the works for months. It just debuted at a good time when everyone was talking about restaurants banning young children. The family-style dinner menu changes weekly, but the menu features dishes like soup and salad, flatbread pizza, pasta dishes like lasagna and dessert.
"There's a little bit for everyone," said Quattro's chef Hassan.
There are no dancing animals or loud music, but Poledica promises good food for your whole family.
"Please come. Taste the food. Have a good time and let your kids be kids, Poledica said."
The Quattro family dinner is $20 for adults and $10 for children.
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