Restaurant Makes News with ‘Well-Behaved Kids’ Discount

An Italian restaurant in Washington State is grabbing headlines after it was discovered giving a “well-behaved kids” discount to a family whose children impressed the staff with their good manners.  More from The Huffington Post:

To Laura King, her three children were acting normal while enjoying dinner at an Italian restaurant in their hometown in Washington state.

But staffers of the restaurant Sogno di Vino in Poulsbo were so impressed with her children’s table manners during their Feb. 1 dinner that they thanked her kids and gave the family of five a bowl of ice cream.

It wasn’t until King got home that that she noticed a $4 “well behaved kids” discount on her receipt to cover the dessert. A friend posted a picture of the receipt on the website Reddit, and the story took off.

“The server said staff didn’t even know there were kids at the table,” said King, whose children are 2, 3, and 8 years old.

King said it’s been entertaining to see all the attention her story has gotten, and she plans to dine at Sogno di Vino again soon.

Sogno di Vino owner Rob Scott said servers have the discretion to offer a discount to customers, adding that this wasn’t the first time well-behaved kids have been rewarded. What was different this time was that one of the staffers wrote it out in the receipt.

“It was just an act of kindness,” Scott said.

Image: Girl eating spaghetti, via Shutterstock

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