Throw out of Pappagone for a having a noisy baby!
I like the family vibe of Pappagone, and can't really imagine just how unpleasant a baby would have to be before they mentioned it? Maybe a bit like the kid out of the Exorcist?
I love that 'Marco' didn't want to be identified.
"She had come in before two weeks ago, again with the baby, and the baby screamed for an hour-and-a-half. Because she had been coming a long time, we let it go the first time. I feel bad that she was unhappy, but what about everybody else?"
She actually got asked to leave because of her child screaming last time she came - not necessarily because of this time. She had form.
But Pappagone is full of screaming kids. It's the whole point.
So, I return to my point - how bad must she have been?
Zeynep ... what a great name.
I've never, ever had a dinner in peace at Pizza P, that's what Venezia is for.
Just so long as its not kids in restaurants we're complaining about here. While I try very hard to keep my kids happy & well-behaved when we're out (by eating early, only staying for one course, taking along toys, books etc), inevitably there are times when they get a bit lively, and thank god for that - at least it shows they have spirit. Far better than placid, shy kids that get chastised by their parents every single time they put a foot out of place.
I think PP should do what Pick More Daisies do - seat families with kids out the back.
A kid threw a cupful of water over me outside the cafe at Priory Park on Thursday morning. His mother laughed. I generally won't tell other people's kids off unless they're in my care and are being horrible, so I glared at her until she (finally) apologised.
I do know what you mean, but I do sometimes feel on this site that we're all tarnished with the same brush.
I yearn for Huxley's vision of decanting our babies as socialised human beings, though I suspect he didn't mean for me to perceive it as a good idea.
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