Should Cafes Be Able to Say No to Customers with Children?
Almost everyone who enjoys their breakfast on a weekend at a cafe has experienced the rowdy or misbehaving child disrupt their morning meal. Sometimes the child is their own but in most cases the child is someone else's. We all accept that children have their moments, heck there are a lot of adults that have moments just as bad, but when the child is truly unruly most of us are not prepared to accept our precious time being disrupted and more often than not will abandon going back to that same cafe because of that bad experience.
In the cut throat cafe world where losing a customer, especially a regular one, can be a considerable cost and can easily start an exodus of others if they share their 'bad' experience around, Should Cafes Be Able to Say No to Customers with Children?