By Holly Lebowitz Rossi

But others support Vuick's right to deny service if young children disturb the atmosphere he's trying to create in his restaurant.  ""It's up to him. If he thinks they're a problem under 6, then I think the patrons should abide by that," Suzanne Swigart told WTAE.

Recently Malaysia Airlines banned young children from their first class cabin, and in March, former Top Chef contestant Dale Levitski banned children from brunch at his Chicago restaurant.

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