A “family friendly” restaurant does not mean high-chairs, booster seats, or a stroller parking lot. It also doesn’t mean crayons and kid’s menus. A family friendly restaurant is defined by the establishment allowing your family to enjoy a meal while your family remains friendly with the staff who helped you get seated, settled, and served.
As far as the hospitality sector of “family friendly”goes, crayons by Crayola are a nice touch. High chairs are extremely supportive. If this establishment allows my Cujo, too…then I’m no longer worried about a family friendly vibe, I’m digging the life friendly ambiance!