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Ordering from the Kids' Menu at Daniel

Babysitters are expensive, which is why it's refreshing to know that the city's finest restaurants are tailoring their menus to those with still-developing palates. Take Daniel, for instance:

A kid no more probably than 11 years old sat in his navy blue blazer two tables away, well behaved, quietly devouring a piece of foie next to his parents.
Unfortunately, the lad stormed off before the check dropped when he was denied seconds of the sweetbreads.
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