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Mar 9, 2012 02:50 PM

Scottsdale Area Dining with an Adventurous-Eating Toddler

My 2 year old and I are coming in next week from Chicago to visit my sister who just moved to Scottsdale. My sister and I are adventurous eaters as is the two year old (she had sweetbreads the other day and loved them - mommy and daddy are so proud needless to say).

While reading recent threads, I have really no idea if places like Citizen Public House, FnB, Deseo, etc. are kid friendly (ie, booster or high-chair).

My sister lives in North Scottsdale and I'm fairly familiar with the area. Last time I was in town we went to Noca and Cowboy Ciao. I'd love some kid-friendly "foodie" restaurants - don't have to have a kids menu, just a booster seat would be handy.

Love Mexican, farm to table, gastro-pubs, hole-in-the-wall. Any help would be so appreciated, thanks so much!

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  1. Hee. I checked in with Pavle Milic on Facebook, he's FOH for FnB, Bodega, Baratin: "Pavle, there's a Chowhound thread where someone with an 'adventurous-eating toddler' is wondering if your restaurants stock high chairs. What say you, are the wee people welcome at FnB, etc, or do you hope they are better as an adult experience?"

    He said: "Of course we have high chairs!!"

    Pavle is a notorious family man, I think your clan will be very welcome at any of his spots.

    I am almost sure I've seen high chairs at the entrance of Noca, too, I know I've seen kids there dining early. Does tend to be a loud spot during peak hours.

    7133 E Stetson Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85251