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10 Tips for Dining Out With Kids

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Make Reservations

A seemingly never-ending wait to be seated can turn your chipper child into a whining, inconsolable mess. When you call, it's a good time to mention that you’ll need a high chair or booster seat if available. Many restaurants only have a few of them on hand, so they might agree to hold one for you.