OK, this just might be a pet peeve of mine, but seriously leave the infants and small children at home when you are heading out to a bar or brewery. Chances are they are a bar or brewery as they have chosen a business model that isn't based on serving that type of clientele, IE children. One local bar, after receiving a complaint about not having things for children took to social media with a response.

The Local 105 in New Prague took to social media, to let people know that children are welcome at their establishment, there just isn't anything for them there.

 

After instances of customer complaints we feel obligated to make the following announcement:

Although children are...

Posted by The Local 105 on Monday, October 4, 2021

 

After instances of customer complaints we feel obligated to make the following announcement: Although children are welcome at The Local 105 please note we DO NOT have any amenities for them (including a children's menu, high chairs, booster seats, or maraschino cherries for their Shirley Temple's. Thank you for understanding we are a pub/tavern.

Reaction to the post has been very supportive, many applauded online the response stating that it's an adult-based business, although there has been at least one person critical of the post.

Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM
Image Credit: Paul Shea/TSM

I don't see anything wrong with The Local 105's stance. It's their business and while they aren't BANNING children, they are welcome, they simply don't really have anything for them. And to me, and several hundred others who liked the post and or shared it, that's OK with us too.

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