TRaveling with my family including my 4 year old grandson. Anything in the ways of a kids menu?
Didn't see a kids menu, but it's a family type of establishment. I'm sure they'd whip up something for you.
Sorry but I don't recall
Don’t recall. But this is a smart place. I am pretty sure they would improvise small plates, etc, if no formal “kids menu”.
There is no explicit children’s menu. If you ask, they can do a half portion of pasta for you. Still expensive.
There were no children there when we were there.
They were very accommodating and if you asked, I am sure they could make something kid friendly. Make a reservation so you don't have to wait.
Please google the restaurant and look at the menu for items your child may like.
Not that I recall.
La Scala has no menu for children. When we visited La Scala with our grandchildren they accommodated them by preparing their favorite pastas and Italian breads they way they like them. The staff is extremely accommodating and kid friendly.
I don't remember there being an actual kids menu, but as friendly and accommodating as they were I'm sure they whip up something with pasta for the kids. We did see some families there with children.
No formal kids menu, but the team there is always willing to make something special. There are always families there.
Believe most of the restaurants in Little Italy have just a standard menu. May have order appetizer portion for small children.
I'm not really sure if any of Little Italy's restaurants have a kids menu or not. I do know, however, that they are all run by Italians, which means they'll probably do whatever you want. Just like Mom.
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