Restaurant offers discounts for “well behaved” kids

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A restaurant in Washington, USA is rewarding parents when their children show good manners.

When Laura King and her family got their bill at Sogno di Vino, a small Italian restaurant,  listed under the subtotal was something they had never seen before: A discount for “Well Behaved Kids.”

The restaurant had also given her children complimentary ice cream.

Sogno di Vino owner Rob Scott said that he tries to reward good behaviour when he sees it.

He often offers free desserts to families with well-behaved children, he told NBC’s Today show, but this was the first time he had included it as a discount on the bill.

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8 Responses

  1. I think all restaurants should follow in the footsteps of this one. So children feel proud of his/her behaviour.

  2. ???????????????? ? Everyone go
    to that restaurnat and be well behaved and reward is to get a discount on your food.

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