Behaved kid credit?

Saw this on the news the other night. A while back I heard about some restaurants not allowing babies and toddlers. At the time I had no kids, or prospect of kids and thought, Wonderful! Heck even now I think it's a good idea.

But on the flip side, there are now restaurants that give a "Well behaved kid credit". The receipt they showed had a $5 discount off of the patron's bill that clearly stated it.

I think it leaves too much to what some people would refer to as a "Well behaved kid".. but all in all, I say kudos! Very cool.

What do you think?

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    05/16/14
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        8Theresa Gould
        I don't think it's necessary. I kind of get why they are doing it, probably hoping parents will be motivated to have better behaved children but still.....
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          05/17/14
          Huh...never heard of this credit... it sounds great to me because my children behave wonderfully in restaurants so i would welcome a credit! ... is there a list of those that do this?
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