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I was extremely pleased at its kid-friendly environment. Kids can play with giant easels and alphabet mats for free while you dine inside the restaurant.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like their armpits to go sweaty, or walk away from a restaurant smelling like char, then don’t eat here. If you’re bringing your own car, and you don’t want a missing side mirror or bumper, don’t eat here or just ride a cab. Don’t expect quality customer service either.