Disney bans kids at Walt Disney World's top restaurant
Written by Robert Niles
Walt Disney World will no longer allow kids under age 10 to dine at the Victoria & Albert's restaurant at the Grand Floridian Hotel.Tweet
Disney officials told the Associated Press that only about three families *a month* brought kids to V&As, which requires jackets for men and offers $125 multi-course dinners.
What do you think of the move? Good marketing, or a slap at Disney's core audience? A welcome change or a PR stunt (given that so few kids came anyway).
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