Disney World bans children from swanky restaurant

The family-oriented Disney World resort became a little less family-friendly recently.

Children were once welcome in Disney’s posh Victoria & Albert’s, the only restaurant with a AAA 5-diamond rating. No more. Evidently, the adults need a break — and what a better place to take one than in an intimate dining room? Besides, do kids like fancy-schmancy food? I know I didn’t when I was a kid. Disney claims that it is responding to guests desires, and that children dined at Victoria & Albert’s only around three times a month.

Prices at the restaurant start at $125 per person — a bit pricey for someone who just wants grilled cheese and chicken fingers.

I’m with Disney (not that I’d ever be able to eat a Victoria & Albert’s, but I’m with them on principle) — grown-ups sometimes need some grown-up time. What do you think?

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