Misty (krazydiva) wrote in bad_service,

I'm really not sure if this is bad service or not, but I'll give it a shot. We were eating at a Mexican food restraunt Sunday evening. My daugther is ten months old and to big for the infant carrier, so we put her in a highchair in restraunts. The seating hostess obviously saw that I had a baby with me. She sat us at a booth. When the waitress came to take our order, I asked for a highchair. She came back after about ten minutes and informed me that highchairs are not allowed at booths, but she could get me a booster seat.
There is no way a ten month old is going to sit still in a freaking booster seat. We asked if we could move to a table, but there were none available..so my husband and I had to take turns eating while the other wrestled the baby.

As we were leaving, I look at a booth a few rows back from us, and there was a baby sitting in a highchair. I'm sure it was for safety purposes, not wanting to drop hot food on a baby or anything, but the floor space was extremely wide,there would have been plenty of room to walk behind a high chair and the chances of her getting burned are actually higher when shes sitting in the booth, because she can reach up and grab the hot plates.

Maybe I'm just overreacting.
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