Nobody wants to be stuck on a plane with a screaming kid and one restaurant in Monterey, CA doesn't want you to have to dine next to one either.
The rules are simple loud kids are not welcome.
A sign in front of the Old Fisherman's Grotto reads, "No strollers, no high chairs, no booster chairs. Children crying or making loud noises are a distraction to other diners, and as such are not allowed in the dining room."
The restaurant's owner, Chris Shake, said that his business is known for the quiet and relaxing dining experience and despite the negative buzz he is sticking to his nearly 70-year-old rule.
He told Bay Area news station KTVU, "We have many families who dine with us with their children who are well behaved and understand our policy with respect to other diners."
Do you agree with the policy or do you think it’s going too far?