Disney World bans kids from fancy restaurant

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Disney World is the one of the few places in the world where everyone expects the place to be overrun by children. But starting this week, children under 10 are no longer welcome at Victoria & Albert's in the Grand Floridian, Disney World's only restaurant with an AAA five-diamond rating.

"We want to be the restaurant that's available for that adult experience," said general manager Israel Perez.

That sounds a little triple X-rated for a place that requires men to wear jackets, and women to wear dresses or pantsuits. Victoria & Albert's features live harp music, and the menu, which changes daily, offers seven-course dinners that can last as long as three hours. Prices start at $125 a person.

The new rules shouldn't disrupt many vacation plans, only about 3 families a month brought young children into the eatery.

It's a small, small world, but even magical kingdoms need kid-free places!


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