i’m kicking myself for not coming here sooner to combat those boring, cold, wet winter days. there’s a 0-2 baby area separate from the older kids. a snack area. and super comfy couches to relax. super clean, although kids are always making a mess 🤪
fun but crowded museum for hands-on play for babies up to older kids. probably ideally 3+ - babies/toddlers have a small, just okay gated play area (play structure, water play, padded blocked off baby crawl/roll area, some toys, reading nook) and while most of the rest of the museum’s exhibits aren’t unfriendly to toddlers, older kids can make things somewhat overwhelming.
took my little to in situ for lunch. they were super accommodating and friendly. the maître d’ goofed around with my little that tried to give him all the cards from my wallet when the check arrived. they still have the stokke tripp trapp high chairs. probably wouldn’t take a kid for dinner, but lunch isn’t too bad. the food is great too. we enjoyed the wasabi lobster and the cheesecake dessert... More
grand opening march 12! super tasty food, super friendly service - had a solo parent dinner with my little and everyone was smiling and playing and picking up dropped toys. highchairs and booster seats available. great for babies and kids, but also great for a casual date night without!
there is a family room near the restrooms in the food court. two private lactation rooms with tables and power, a lot of changing tables and sinks, a bathroom with a toddler toilet and sink, and a gated play area with books and foam blocks and toy furniture.
Super tasty Korean food, been going here regularly with the kiddo since they opened. Always see other babies and toddlers around too :) Outdoor seating is plentiful and relaxed, and you're not too far from Dolores Park. Do stop at Le Marais on 18th/Sanchez or Bi-Rite Creamery for dessert!