Leave the colouring books, games and consoles at home and head to The Kids’ Table at Smith & Wollensky, where we’ll entertain the nippers with arts and crafts, building, making, playing and face painting while you kick back and enjoy a leisurely lunch. You bring the kids, we’ll bring the fun. Free to customers of Smith & Wollensky.
Parents must stay in the immediate area within sight of their children. 3 – 10 year olds. The Kids’ Table is available free of charge on a first come, first served basis to customers. Please quote The Kids’ Table when booking by calling 020 7321 6007. Further upcoming dates are every Saturday starting on the 15 July, 12.30pm – 4.30pm.
About The Kids’ Table
The Kids’ table is designed to allow parents to enjoy some adult time over lunch out while their kids are entertained by a creative team of DBS checked childcarers who will offer face painting, craft activities with a different theme each session, Lego building, friendship bracelet making, drawing, games and more.
Executive Chef Tom Cook has created a bespoke kids menu to fuel the little ones during all of their activities. Dishes will include Mac n Cheese, Wollensky Kids Burger, Waffles and Blueberry Pancakes to name a few. And if that wasn’t enough to keep the kids entertained the kids can create their own ice cream sundae bar with over 15 toppings including S&W wafers, homemade honeycomb, raspberry marshmallows, fresh berries and lashings of salted caramel sauce to name a few!
The Kids’ Table founder, Sarah Frow said: “As a mother of two, I struggled to find decent family friendly restaurants that offered an equally enjoyable experience for both adults and kids. The places where my friends and I want to while away a Sunday afternoon offer little to keep the children entertained. We were forever having to cut our lunches short because the little ones were bored and wanted to get up and play, or we would put the tablet in front of them to keep them amused. The Kids’ Table means that parents can enjoy the adult environments they want to hang out in during their precious spare time, while the kids have a ball – everyone’s happy!”