Where to Eat in Bloomington
I like English pubs. Here is an HT article on Bloomington saloons that welcome children. I don't know if they allow dogs or not.
Rago said Nick’s was cognizant of retaining its reputation as a bar, which is why it confines its under-21 business to daytime and early evening hours. ... The Crazy Horse, 214 W. Kirkwood Ave.: Under 21 patrons welcome but cannot remain after 9 p.m. Grazie Italian Eatery, 106 W. Sixth St.: Seating in the restaurant proper is open, and minors can be in the bar lounge, if not the bar itself, if accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The Irish Lion, 212 W. Kirkwood Ave.: Families can congregate upstairs. Downstairs, under-21 patrons have to be at least 18, in the company of parents and must sit either in the loft or well areas of the room. The Irish Lion also has a “babes in arms” policy. Infants can be downstairs, provided they’re being held. Malibu Grill, 106 N. Walnut St.: Families can sit in the restaurant and, in the separate bar area, patrons at least 18 years old can enter with a parent or legal guardian, but can’t sit at the bar. Scotty’s Brewhouse, 302 N. Walnut St.: Families can sit throughout the main restaurant area, but not in the bar area proper, which is blocked off by a half-wall. Trojan Horse, 100 E. Kirkwood Ave.: Under-21 patrons can sit downstairs and also in four booths upstairs. The Uptown Cafe, 102 E. Kirkwood Ave.: Families can sit throughout the restaurant, and 16- to-20-year-olds can also enter the bar area accompanied by parent or legal guardian, but cannot sit at the bar itself. Yogi’s Grill & Bar, 519 E. 10th St.: Yogi’s advertises all-ages service until 10 p.m.
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