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  • Capo

    Perfection. I dream about this place. It's our first place we go once our plane touches down and the elegantly rustic neighborhood dining room welcomes us back each time. No other restaurant can get pasta, steak and fish done so right. I am obsessed. My favorites are the heirloom tomatoes and burrata starter, the fire-place grilled steak, and the blackened salmon. And you can't go wrong with any of the desserts. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • Huckleberry Cafe & Bakery

    Yes, there will be a line and yes, it is worth it! My favorite meal is breakfast and Huckleberry has perfected the art of pastries, sweet and savory breakfasts. This is my kind of joint! You arrive, stand in a line to order your food, sit and wait, and then indulge. You will want to go back for lunch and dinner as well. Check out the chalkboard for daily specials inspired by local farmer's market produce. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • Axe

    Yes, please! I could eat here every night and be the happiest woman alive. I could eat a mountain of flatbread and spreads. This is the kind of restaurant that when the food comes, you are jealous of everyone's meal, but wouldn't dare change what you ordered. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • Shima

    Don't let the fact they only roll with brown rice scare you.this sushi is to die for. So fresh, so buttery, and so delightful. Shima is an Abbot Kinney treasure. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • M Cafe

    Macrobiotic cuisine never tasted so good. How they make amazing food without eggs, dairy, refined sugars, red meat or poultry beats me, but I don't careI eat it. If this spot were to migrate to Manhattan, I would eat here regularly. On your way out, grab some nori sesame snacks and chocolate truffles. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • The Trails Cafe

    Griffith park = family funand when your little ones get hungry, head to the Trails Cafe! The outdoor picnic benches and woodsy scenery cannot be beat. I'm obsessed with the Avocado Sandwich and Charles gobbles up the Waffles and Snake Dogs. I have never escaped without sampling one of their delicious homemade pies or pastries. Be sure to bring cash! See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/aRr4W2

  • Paradise Cove Beach Cafe

    This place just makes me happy. It's secluded location is worth the scenic drive up PCH and a hit with the locals. Come, dig your feet in the sand, and watch your kids build sandcastles steps from your table. I highly recommend the guacamole and fish tacos! See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://totntow.com/

  • Pinks's

    What can I say.It's Pinks and it's Hollywood. The hot dogs are legendary and the chili is worth the trip! Do not be discouraged by the line and embrace the experience. Your kids will thank you for it. Yum! See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://totntow.com/

  • Cora's Coffee Shop

    Fabulous farm fresh food, varied menu, and an adorable outdoor patio framed by an iron arbor make this place one of my favorites for breakfast or lunch. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://totntow.com/

  • Gladstone's

    Location! Location! Gladstone's 4 Fish is directly off PCH in Malibu. My favorite time to eat here is during stunning sunsets. Play on the beach while you wait for your food. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://totntow.com

  • De Kas

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this place! Everything you find on your plate is either grown on-site, at their farm, or from local farmers.from the garden straight to your plate. Parents can enjoy amazing, fresh cuisine and kids can burn off energy before or after the meal, wandering through the greenhouse, outdoor garden or play on the wooden playground! See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Kinderkookkafe

    The direct translation is "Child Cook Cafe" and it is exactly that, a place where the kids not only do the eating, but the cooking and the serving! An absolute MUST for your kids! See more at Totntow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Hotel De Goudfazant

    Don't be confused by it's name.it is not a hotel, but a huge converted warehouse with tons of character and a surprisingly warm, inviting atmosphere. Communal tables, old cars and motorcycles, a ping pong and pool table (for restless kids or competitive adults) complete this gem of a restaurant that overlooks the river Ij. See more at Totntow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Cafe Restaurant Amsterdam

    It's huge! Once a water pumping station, now a delicious, family-friendly restaurant. While waiting for your meal, check out the historical building, color in the kids corner, or play in the outdoor area. We eat here every time we are in Amsterdam. It is popular with the locals, so be sure to make a reservation! See more at Totntow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Villa Zeezicht

    Hands down, this is the best apple pie you will have in all of Amsterdam, and quite possibly in your life! So unbelievably good! Every time we make it to Amsterdam, we debate which day we should hit up Zeezicht for its legendary pie. See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Incanto

    Location, location, location. Perched above Munt square overlooking the flower markets and canals, this is a perfect place to people-watch or count the passing trams, while eating great Italian cuisine. A fresh, seasonal, simple menu that satisfies every time. See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Panini

    This low-key, trendy panini cafe is great for lunch with a tot in tow. No frills or elaborate menus, just good food that hits the spot. See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    If you are a loyal follower of my site, than you know that this Belgian bakery is one of my favorite restaurants with it's long, rustic wooden communal tables, cozy atmosphere and a great selection of a la carte options and entire plates. See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Pannenkoekenboot

    You can't get more Dutch than this! A genius combination of food, tourism and boats. A boat tour, all you can eat Dutch pancakes, a ball pit and happy families! The colorful spread of toppings will astound any child (kid in a candy store indeed)! See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Restaurant Praq

    This restaurant takes kid-friendly to a entirely different level, welcoming parents and their tots in tow. Besides a special menu for kids (served on unbreakable plates) and kid's furniture, there is a separate playing room where kids can hang out while waiting for their meal. The food is excellent, made with fresh ingredients and the atmosphere is inspiring and playful. See more at TotnTow: http://bit.ly/cFjE5x

  • Cite des Sciences et de l'industrie

    Cite des Sciences et de l'industrie is an excellent science museum. The Explora exhibitions are all interactive. Charles' favorite part is the flight simulator that allows him to fly an airplane of his choice. Super cool. The museum also has special temporary exhibitions, a planetarium, IMAX and 3-D films (in French and English), and spy submarine. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/b9BhXN

  • Musee de la Magie

    At the Musee de la Magie, there is a 20 minute live magic show (in French), magical antiques, interactive illusions and magical devices in the subterranean museum. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/b9BhXN

  • Louvre

    A glass pyramid is the entrance to the museum, but entering is a slow process and in summer one often will find lines snaking for hundreds of yards approaching the ticket booth. For this reason it may be worth your while to purchase a Carte Intermuses, available at major Metro stations and museums. The card allows admission to all major monuments and museums and though the saving is not huge it allows one to skip the wait and go to the front of the line. See more at Family Travel Forum: http://bit.ly/as8tNY

  • Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle

    I still find the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle worth the visit. The Grande Galerie de l'Evolution should not be missed. Your journey begins at the under-sea level, where you can view the immensity of a blue whale suspended from the ceiling. The main atrium has the ever-popular parade of African animals. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/b9BhXN

  • Musee d'Orsay

    The Musee d'Orsay's open floor plan is great for discovering art and sculptures with a tot in tow. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/b9BhXN

  • CineAqua

    CineAqua is simply spectacular. GO! On rainy days, this is Charles' favorite place. The aquarium is entirely underground and, as the name suggests, is coupled with a cinema museum, which has just received an entire overhaul. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/b9BhXN

  • Laduree

    This Parisian tea salon is a traditional place to have afternoon tea although they serve meals as well. The amazing selection of pastries and the famous macarons are delicious! The ambiance and dcor at Paris' three locations are equally fantastic. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • France Miniature

    You and your kids will be amazed at this adorable, well-maintained, and magical outdoor adventure. All of France is recreated at a scale of 1/30th the size of the originals, complete with moving railways, TGV's, sailboats, mechanical circuses, cars and ships. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/bqCFwr

  • Parc Floral de Paris

    This beautifully landscaped park brings you far away from the clamor of the city and envelops you in a flowered botanical haven. There is miniature golf, go-carts, ping-pong, Bateaux Mouche boats, a climbing wall, and most notably, the phenomenal playgrounds for the kids. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9Zonli

  • Jardin des Tuileries

    When we're in the center of town, shopping, eating or museum hopping, this is a great park to hit up and burn off some energy. The carrousel and in-ground trampolines are Charles' favorites. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9Zonli

  • Jardin d'Acclimatation

    This place is absolutely great! From rollercoasters to a petting zoo, a narrow-gauge railway to a children's theatre, a miniature golf course to innovative playgrounds, it is easy to spend an entire day here with your family. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9Zonli

  • Bois de Bologne

    Home of joggers, bicyclists, picnickers, and lovers. Rent wooden-row boats and paddleboats at the Lac Inferieur or rent bikes to explore this 2200-acre park. Charles and I visit the Bois de Bologne often and still discover new playgrounds to explore and grassy areas to kick a ball around. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9Zonli

  • Jardin du Luxembourg

    From sailing boats in the pond to riding the old-fashioned merry-go-round, from riding real ponies to watching marionette theatre, this park has it all. Visit the southwest corner of the park where there is a fenced-in kid's playground that is well worth the 2-euro entrance fee. See more at Tot 'n Tow: http://bit.ly/9Zonli

  • Angelina

    The lethally rich chocolat chaud here is AMAZING! I always steal a little Charles' milk to make this hot drink to die for! The Parisians have perfected hot chocolate, especially at this very popular tea room. See more at Tots n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Bertillon

    France's best ice cream! Bertillion is the most celebrated ice cream in town and it would be a shame to not have sampled it from the shop itself. Its reputation has been growing since 1954 thanks to artificial-free ingredients, lashings of cream and a host of flavors, including at least 5 different chocolates. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Ladure

    This Parisian tea salon is a traditional place to have afternoon tea although they serve meals as well. The amazing selection of pastries and the famous macarons are delicious! The ambiance and dcor at Paris' three locations are equally fantastic. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Le Caf de Flore

    The french food here is always consistent and good. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Les Deux Abeilles

    I am a bit hesitant to include this tearoom on my list, as it is already difficult to get a reservation here for lunch. The mother and daughter who run this place are very welcoming and cater to the kids' food desires. The lentils and tomato tart are to die for, but don't stop there, as the desserts are heavenly. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    There is five locations in Paris of this cozy, welcoming bakery, whose motto is to simply make good bread daily. With its long, rustic wooden communal tables, the setting is ideal for family lunches or dinners. We eat lunch here on a regular basis and are never disappointed. The menu can be ordered a la carte or entire plates. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • L'Esplanade

    French modern cuisine that serves separate dishes, so you can order for your child a la carte. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

  • Bread and Roses

    This bakery and deli-cafe is a must stopover as it's sinfully tasty breads, tarts and mouth-watering treats are coupled by the staff's smiles and friendly greetings. See more at Tot n Tow at: http://bit.ly/9ihAW7

 
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