Kid-friendly eatery for Sunday brunch/lunch?
Cercle Rouge in Tribeca. i live nearby and go often. on weekends, they have this magician stuff going on and baloons - it's for kids (they have cartoons too) - but the adults get into it even more!
the brunch is good, i'm partial to the scotch egg - not for vegetarians: soft boiled egg wrapped in sausage and covered in breadcrumbs - then deep fried. mmmmm..... served over tomatoes and some other healthy stuff
Landmarc is, i think, fairly kid-friendly as well - i've seen an odd stroller parked outside - but for me the appeal is mostly wine so i've never been for brunch or lunch...
Depending on what time you go, believe it or not, Balthazar in SoHo is a great option for toddlers. We've taken our two year old there for breakfast and lunch recently, and I remain impressed with how well the wait staff deals with children. They appear to have an unlimited supply of high chairs, offer crayons and paper, and, while they don't have a children's menu per say, there are lots of great options, particularly on the breakfast menu, for kids.
Kobe, as always, has made two good suggestions.
There are many, many places that are kid-friendly, so it would be helpful to know what neighborhood you want to eat in. That said, here are some other options:
Penelope - http://www.penelopenyc.com
Trattoria Trecolori - http://www.trattoriatrecolori.com
Otto - http://www.ottopizzeria.com
Junior's - http://www.juniorscheesecake.com/juniors_cheesecake/Juniors_Cheesecake_Home/Our_Restaurants.php
Ellen's Stardust Diner - http://www.ellensstardustdiner
The Boathouse in Central Park - http://www.thecentralparkboathouse.co...