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Kids have their very own room service menu at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York, though if your little one has haute cuisine tastes, they’ll probably want to order from the regular menu, which is perfectly fine. Your kids can choose from a bevy of classics on the kids’ menu, including mac and cheese, chicken tenders or cheeseburgers. We think the kids mocktail list stands out, in particular; your children can choose from drinks such as the Bora Bora Punch, a combination of cranberry, pineapple and orange juices topped with a sour gummy garnish, or the float, made with Coca-Cola, vanilla ice cream, maraschino cherries and gummy cola bottles. And with round-the-clock room service, your kids can even indulge in that late-night snack but only if mom and dad say it’s okay.
The children’s room service menu like at Trump International Hotel & Tower New York has a list of kiddie cocktails, like the Chocolate Supreme, a Valrhona chocolate milkshake with a home-made vanilla marshmallow; the Float, Coca-Cola with vanilla ice cream, maraschino cherry and gummy cola bottles; the Orange Smash, with fresh-squeezed orange juice, milk and a white chocolate Kit Kat; and the Bora Bora Punch, with pineapple juice, orange juice, cranberry juice and a sour gummy garnish. The children’s food menu is served from 11 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. It includes chicken and vegetable soup, PB&J, mac & cheese, grilled cheese, penne pasta with tomato sauce or butter, spaghetti and meatballs with Parmesan, hot dogs, burgers, pizza, chicken tenders and grilled or steamed filet of snapper, rice and spinach. There is also a TV snack menu, with popcorn, tortilla chips and salsa, organic plain or fruit yogurt, onion rings, popcorn shrimp or squid, and tuna and salmon sashimi. Then there are desserts, like cookies and milk, fruit salad and a selection of ice cream and sorbet.