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purpleceline | Feb 3, 201809:09 PM    

We're going to Amsterdam with our 1 yr old and 4 yr old. We love restaurants and in pre-kid life, would approach trips with an eye to the top places to eat (not just "fancy" but also great ethnic or neighborhood spots). This time, we're hoping to eat great food but want to find places that will easily accommodate the kids' short attention spans and potential slight unruliness. Any recommendations?

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