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POLL: Where Do You Take the Kids for Dinner Out in Wayland?

The "Best of Patch Readers' Choice" poll this week turns an eye on family dining.

Picture this: It's been a long, tough day at work. You get home to find the cupboard bare and no one willing to make a run to the store, let alone take the time to prepare dinner for the kids who are getting grumpy with hunger.

It's a dinner out kind of night.

Thank goodness there are some options in Wayland where you can get the kids a meal and not break the bank in the process.

This week's "Best of Patch Readers' Choice" poll is asking you to think about the best kid-friendly food options in town. Consider not only what's on the menu, but the price for what you get (special deals, etc.). We aren't necessarily looking for a great kids' menu as much as we're looking for what works for you -- kids' menu or not -- when it comes to feeding your kids. Oh, and this is restricted to places that will do the cleanup for you ... as in, dine-in establishments.

So, in our latest Best of Patch Readers' Choice poll, we want to know where you take the kids for a bite in town? Is it because of the menu or a special kid-friendlly deal? Take our poll and defend your vote in the comments and review the businesses in Patch Places.

Because this poll is not scientific, it is not the sole consideration in choosing a winner. The winner will be determined by the Patch editor, based on poll results and reviews on Patch Places. Please vote only once per survey, per Patch.

The poll will end Friday at 9 a.m., and we'll announce the winner at noon Friday.

For a list of rules and regulations, click on the pdf attached to the article.

Cari Cornish March 19, 2012 at 11:28 AM
We go to Bistro 20--they are great with our kids and it is wheelchair accessible (which is a must for us)!
Jeanne Brown March 19, 2012 at 01:12 PM
We don't take the kids out much and when we do, we look for something quick and easy. It bums me out that there aren't too many restaurants that offer healthier choices for kids, but since I cook healthy meals at home we look at going to a restaurant as an occasional treat. That's where the burgers at the Chat come in!
Brooklyn Lowery (Editor) March 19, 2012 at 02:06 PM
I've sampled Bistro 20 food at tasting events and such, but I've never eaten there. Glad to hear it's such a good kid-friendly, wheelchair accessible option for you guys.

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