What are the best kid-friendly restaurants in San Francisco?

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Katie Sweeney

In San Francisco, many restaurants are accommodating to children and families if you dine early. However, the eateries that are especially conducive to kids include Park Chalet, Perry's, Gioia, and Rigolo.

With its huge grassy backyard and live music shows, Park Chalet will feel like one big picnic to children. The kids menu consists of all-American classics like corndogs and chicken fingers. There's several locations of Perry's in San Francisco. It's laid back atmosphere, large booths, and checkered table cloths scream family-friendly. The menu offers a handful of dishes — chili, spaghetti and meatballs, macaroni and cheese — that kids are sure to devour.

The owners of Gioia Pizzeria on Polk Street have a young son, so they understand what it's like to be parents dining out. What kid doesn't love a good cheese pizza? Laurel Village's Rigolo claims to be the city's most child-friendly restaurant and with its play area filled with toys, a chalkboard, and balloons I agree.

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