It's the kids' menu kicked up a notch: quality restaurant food designed for babies. Parents who frequent the restaurants like the idea because they can eat and feed their baby without having to run home. But isn't tenderloin beef puree with zucchini taking it a little far? Some restaurants are taking a different route by simply offering baby food, sometimes free of charge. This can result in parents sticking around for a longer meal, and larger bill.
Do you think babies should have their own menu at high quality restaurants or stick to basic puréed food at home?
• Read more: Baby's First Words, 'What's the Purée of the Day?' at The Wall Street Journal (subscription required)
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