A longtime observer of the restaurant industry, I have a hard time turning off my radar when I eat out. A recent family vacation in southwest Florida proved no exception. Instead of sitting back and sipping piña coladas, I enlisted the help of my daughters and husband to conduct an informal survey of kids’ menus.
Over the course of a week, we visited a variety of restaurants representing myriad cuisines and price points, collecting kids’ menus along the way. W
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