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Food Fight: Best Family-Friendly Restaurant in the Villages

We're looking for the best place for parents and kids to enjoy a meal in Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Ardsley, Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.

Sometimes you want to sit down and be served, avoid doing dishes and escape any criticism that crunchy macaroni isn't crunchy enough, shake-and-bake chicken wasn't shaken enough etc.

Sometimes it's nice to go out to dinner—even with the kids. But which restaurants in the Rivertowns can make kid-friendly food that your children enjoy even more than something you could have made from a box for $2. (And leave the adult contingency satisfied as well.)

And in which restaurants won't you have to leave with your coat pulled over your head after one child spilled his soda and the other threw a temper tantrum because her brother kicked her under the table? 

Those kid-friendly restaurants are out there. Whether it's because it has an awesome children's menu's, fast and friendly service or just a family-oriented atmosphere, one restaurant must rise above all others as he most family-friendly in the Rivertowns.  

Which will it be?

Let the nominations begin (and, of course, tell us why you think this restaurant should be put on our poll on Saturday.)

Tara February 16, 2012 at 02:55 PM
Capri in Tarrytown-Great Kids menu and portions. Very reasonable prices too! They give Crayons and the staff is so nice!
Lizzie Hedrick February 16, 2012 at 10:43 PM
What about Doubledays? The Cupcake Kitchen?
Krista Madsen February 17, 2012 at 01:09 AM
little b's, TTown, has been fun with our family. Crayons there too and little burgers. Cute.
Raul Enriquez February 17, 2012 at 03:03 PM
Hands down JP Doyles.....family friendly all year long....whether it is their awesome food, drinks, & staff or the great family friendly events that they put on. Cant be beat!!! When in there ask for the General Manager Max.......
Scott Croft February 17, 2012 at 03:54 PM
Bridgeview Tavern, Bellas, The Horseman, Nick's and Little b's are all our favorites.

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