Three major casual-dining chains are stepping up employee training and changing their drink policies after two toddlers who were served alcohol in restaurants made headlines this week. The two separate incidents — one involving a 15-month-old boy receiving alcohol instead of apple juice last week at a Detroit-area Applebee’s and another involving a 2-year-old getting tropical sangria instead of orange juice in March at an Olive Garden in Florida — have prompted changes at ...

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