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Le Bernardin serves plenty of fish, but much to the chagrin of little tykes, no fish sticks. Le Bernardin doesn’t offer a kids’ menu, but children are allowed to order a la carte, instead of sticking to the tasting menus required for adults. The New York restaurant doesn’t have a minimum age for diners; requests for reservations with children are handled on a case-by-case basis.
And while your kids are allowed in, we recommend calling a sitter to enjoy a meal at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant. The elegant dining room, formal service and sophisticated food might be challenging for little ones, and you’d probably rather focus on each delectable dish, rather than your children wheeling-and-dealing for dessert.