Is it 3 y old children friendly? My dad is coming soon and he will visit us during his bday and our son's bday. My son dreams to go to Bibo ( he is turning 19 and an artist in the making). I know both of them would love the place as a bday brunch, but I wonder how the staff and people in the restaurant will look at a 3 y old. She is sweet and 80 % of the time very quiet and taking her there would make the perfect bday for my dad that we don't see often.
First off, I'm so glad to hear your son is so keen on going to Bibo! I am a fine art major in college, so Bibo was an amazing experience to me - to dine with such a worldly-art collection. It's like eating at the MCA or MOMA. It's powerful and reminds me of my love for art for art's sake. Has he seen the documentaries on street art..say 'exit through the gift shop' (?), because as I was able to draw these artists together I was mind blown to be in as a space. I am so happy to hear that your son being 19 is so up for it! You should try to go in slightly earlier or just your son (maybe) and you guys or him can see the art up close. They really appreciate real art lovers and told me great stories about how the art was installed.
As for the little one - back to your question - I have a little 3 year old niece, so I would say it's best just give the place a call for a table and ask if they can get you a high chair. Their staff seems really opened to it, and just reassure them that your little one won't run around the restaurant. If she gets a restless, maybe just take her outside the staircase for some people watching. I might be a little nervous if my niece ran around the restaurant putting her hands on everything.
But you should definitely take your time at that space..as you are paying for a lot, pace your brunch, and enjoy the whole afternoon there! I would =)
Happy birthday to both of them!
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