Kruse Company president Nancy Kruse asks how restaurants can satisfy parties with children and the childless. Take a deep breath, Bret, because we’re going to plunge headlong into one of the hottest debates in the business. We’ve tackled touchy topics in the past, like the controversy surrounding GMOs and the state of casual dining, but these issues are child’s play in comparison to the heated debate over little kids and their place in restaurants that cater to big ...
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