There's a new restaurant in Alexandria, VA called "The Sushi Bar," and they have a policy that we've seen in other places: No children allowed. However, in this case, children means everyone under 18, so no teenagers either.


The owner insists that the policy is there to help "helicopter parents" get a night off. That is, leave the kids at home, and enjoy a nice meal out. Looks like this policy has attracted fans and detractors.


Where do you fall? Good idea or bad idea?


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