This is brunch at its worst.
Set to a dramatic, slow-motion video.
When did receipts turn into soapboxes?
Fifteen minutes of Internet fame: not worth a trip to the E.R.
They smile, they laugh, they get it all over their faces.
It's great that they're laying off sugar, but is no one concerned some tot will grow a third arm?
Can't they go climb trees or something?
The Main Street Santa Monica spot is a collaboration between a children's book author and a New York caterer.
Bring them to dinner when they're hungry, but not starving.
The host of Good Food turns your kids into the next food critics.
The children of Park Slope are once again rankling grown-up diners.
In a Slate article, foodie grumpus Regina Schrambling puts her finger on exactly why the kiddie foodie trend is so annoying.
A dozen places to avoid if you don't want screeching toddlers to make your hangover worse.