The Orlando Sentinel recently reported that Walt Disney World is banning children under 10 from its swanky Victoria & Albert's restaurant in the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the only restaurant in the theme park with a AAA five-diamond rating.
A Disney official told the newspaper that it was responding to guests' desires after surveys showed many diners wanted a more adult restaurant atmosphere.
Disney has 97 other full-service restaurants, the official said, and very few families wanted to eat at Victoria & Albert's, where the menu offers seven-course dinners that start at $125 per person and can last three hours.
Well, if only a few families wanted to eat there, I'm not sure why Disney felt the need to ban those few that did.
Believe me, I'm not a fan of dining while a screaming toddler is throwing butter noodles across the table. But I want to know what you think about Disney's move.
Should more restaurants be following suit?