Let's pretend you have a date night...you head downtown or maybe The Village At Meridian...you're looking forward to trying a new place that all your friends have raved about.

When you get to the door, you see this sign.  It's clear that this establishment is not "kid-friendly," and as you read further you see that children are not welcome here.

Is there anything wrong with that?  Would you support an establishment like this?  The actual restaurant with that sign is not in Boise, but it is receiving a lot of negative attention for their "no kids" policy.

I don't get it.  Why is that not ok?  There are plenty of entertainment options that are not appropriate for children.  I don't think it's wrong in any way for a restaurant to determine that they only serve adults.  Bars do not welcome children...no problem there.

Although I love my kiddo, I see nothing wrong with a night out away at a place that wouldn't welcome his classmates.

Am I missing something?