Which restaurants are inappropriate for babies?
A TikTok celebrity chef stirred the pot in Utah last week with two modest proposals:
- Babies do not belong in fine dining restaurants.
- Utah does not have fine enough dining for babies to be a problem.
- "It's 100% an a**hole move to bring a baby to a fine dining/Michelin star restaurant. Find a sitter, or don't go. And this only applies to 'fancy' places. *ducks*"
Zoom in: Seven minutes later, @ChefReactions received a warning not to eat in Utah, where families "make big messes, abuse wait staff, expecting them 2B babysitters & house cleaners while their feral kids R screaming at the top of their lungs as they throw food around."
- "And they don't tip," the Utahn added.
The intrigue: @ChefReactions took the censure to the next level, replying: "Ah yes the Mecca of fine dining … Utah."
Is it true? Are we so un-fancy that babies get a seat at every table?
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