How old does my kid have to be to dine at Masa?

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Masa, a Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant in New York’s Columbus Circle, doesn’t have an age requirement for children to dine, but we wouldn’t recommend taking kids there unless they absolutely love sushi and can sit through a two- to three-hour meal. The sushi restaurant suggests 9 as an appropriate starting age to eat at Masa, as there are no high chairs, booster seats or separate kids’ menu. Masa serves a fixed menu for $450 to $600 a person, depending on the season, so it can also be a pricey way to find out that your child isn’t interested in eating caviar, eel or sea urchin.

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