I’m sure many of you heard about the controversy created when a couple arrived at Alinea in Chicago with their eight-month-old baby. Alinea is a 3-Michelin star Chicago restaurant where diners must buy tickets north of $200 to secure a reservation. The cost of drinks, gratuity and tax are extra and the tickets are non-refundable. As the story goes, the couple’s babysitter canceled at the last minute, so they brought their baby with them rather than trash two very expensive ...

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