NJ Restaurant Is Banning Children Younger Than 10 Years Old From Dining There

This is a decision that is sure to stir up some controversy.

A popular restaurant in New Jersey has implemented a new rule: No kids are allowed. And the policy shift has gotten people fired up, on both sides of the debate.

Nettie’s House of Spaghetti is in hot water with some of its customers after posting on its social media pages that children under the age of 10 would no longer be permitted to dine at the Tinton Falls restaurant.

Nettie’s did not respond to a request for comment, but they explained on their social media posts that they “love kids” but there were reasons

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