In order to stand out in the crowd of eateries vying for business from families, operators say it's important to have a well-considered kids’ menu that meshes with the restaurant’s theme and concept rather than a miscellaneous assortment. If the menu reflects what the restaurant does best, the chances are good that it will please parents as well as youngsters and perhaps win long-term patronage. At Fornino, a pizzeria and restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y., youngsters tuck into $7 ...
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