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Nibble+squeak: dining for parents with pipsqueaks

Fine dining with the kids don’t seem like the perfect pairing. A new dining club is now aiming to introduce toddlers to the world of gastronomy through some of the trendiest eateries in London and New York. But do parents really want to tuck in to oysters and champagne with their toddler in tow?

Location North America / Northern Europe / Oceania

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Fine dining with the kids doesn’t seem like the perfect pairing; if the little ones make even a minor disruption, you’re almost guaranteed dirty stares from other patrons. A new dining club is now offering to bring children into the world of gastronomy through partnerships with some of the trendiest eateries across London and New York. But do parents really want to tuck into oysters and champagne with their toddler in tow?

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