Look for the restaurants of Washington DC to be filled with a large number of sippy cups and highchairs June 13–21, as the city is the home of what’s being billed as the first Kids’ Restaurant Week (subsequent Kids’ Restaurant Weeks follow in Chicago and New York City). Participating restaurants will offer fixed-price menus and seating from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Parents and kids age 12 and over pay $29; kids under 12 pay their age.

Families who venture out will get to try a bunch of snazzy restaurants not typically frequented by the onesie set, such as Juniper, Mie N Yu, Zola. And the special kids’ focus will help parents avoid getting the stink-eye from the types of diners who question their right to be seen in public.

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