I live quite close to this bar, and some two or three weeks ago I and my 23 months baby sat in one of its table in the street. A waiter soon came to say me that one can only order from their counter. With some difficulties (the baby wanted to stay at the table) I entered with my baby and the stroller (poussette, for french people) and I ordered an apple juice. As it often happens with babies he wanted to play, he cried etc.. so I was in evident difficulty. The waiter did not help me to bring back the apple juice I ordered, but she also specified "You must bring back the bottle and the glass". So I had to exit from the bar with: a crying baby, a bottle of fruit juice, a glass and the "poussette" of my baby, and after we drank the juice I had to come back (again with my baby and the stroller) to leave the bottle and the glass. Ah, yes: she had offered a tiny chocolate to the baby. Since the girl was maybe not experienced (she maybe thinks that one say say to a 23 months baby: "My son: stay here and do not move or chat with unknown people" and the baby usually answers "yes, dad! Don't worry: I will read the 'Candide' de Voltaire"), here is what I suggest she could do next time in a similar case: "Sir, usually we do not serve at the eternal table. However, we may do some exception, as in your case". Or at least (at the counter) : "Oh, sir, I see you in difficulty: let me help you and bring at your table the fruit juice and the glass. After you drink your juice, you can go. Usually one must bring back the bottle and the glass, but we may do some exception when we see a dad in difficulty". I hope that my review will be useful to the owner of this bar.
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