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GothamistA London Restaurant Charges A Baby Tax—Should We?

A London Restaurant Charges A "Baby Tax"—Should We?

The debate over whether or not children should be allowed into restaurants enters a new stage today, with the news that one brave London restaurant charged one mother a small "baby tax"ext

Reported by Gothamist • Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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