Answer: Yes.

This is not discrimination if you don’t bar children from the get-go. This also holds for infants, by the way.

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Watch above: After enacting a ban on “small screaming children,” a Cape Breton restaurant has found itself at the centre of a nationwide discussion on allowing children into restaurants. Minna Rhee reports.

TORONTO – It begins with a whimper and can soon escalate into a full on temper tantrum. The Internet is full of real life examples of kids losing their cool while eating out.

A Cape Breton lobster restaurant is the latest eatery at the centre of a tug-of-war over dining etiquette after they posted this note on their Facebook page that reads in part:

“We will no longer allow small, screaming children. We are an adult-themed restaurant that caters to those who enjoy food and are out to enjoy themselves.”

Screaming kids in restaurants

It didn’t take long for the restaurant to retract their statement and issue an apology in hopes of winning back disgruntled clientele.

In Toronto, residents aren’t immune to the rise…

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