We have a large family, half of our children are under the age of ten. Most of the time, we travel and dine together. It has always been this way. Date night is a rarity, y’know, where we actually leave the children and engage in adult activities like movies with a rating above a PG rating and dine at restaurants where they don’t have a children’s menu.
Not long ago, my husband and I were enjoying a date night. It had been a pleasant evening and we were really enjoying the time together without our children. We indulged in dinner at a restaurant we had both been wanting to try to power up our movie tickets to 3D IMAX.
Bars have long posted that individuals under 21 are not allowed, but there has never been this frenzy of cries calling “discrimination”. It should be a given that there are just some places that are committed to an adult-only experience. Bars and rated R movies are examples, but it doesn’t end there. If parents can’t see the boundaries of what adult-only establishments are, does this No-Kids-Allowed movement then just make it clear or are they discriminating?