"There is definitely a demand for child-free restaurants, but nobody dares to say it out loud." Although some people love the idea of child-free spaces in restaurants, no one wants to be accused of being a kid-hater. Let's be honest, sometimes it sucks eating near kids. But others argue children are people too—they have a right to public spaces just like adults, and not everyone can afford a sitter. What do you think?
Should restaurants offer child-free sections?
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