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Where kids eat like kings: Children’s menus for grown-up palates

January 11, 2017
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Trummer’s On Main Forget fish sticks: The Grilled Oyster Company, with locations in Potomac, Maryland and Northwest D.C., serves its youngest diners grilled salmon, garlic butter mussels and mini crabcakes. There’s also the option of an Angus burger and buttered noodles — and house-made sodas to wash it all down. (AP Images) The newest restaurant from award-winning restaurateurs Fabio and Maria Trabocchi caters to even the youngest of its customers. The kids’ menu at Sfoglina includes buffalo milk burrata, prosciutto, beef short ribs and polenta, pappardelle and gnocchi. (Getty Images) Grilled Oyster Company The newest restaurant from award-winning restaurateurs Fabio and Maria Trabocchi caters to even the youngest of its customers. The kids’ menu at Sfoglina includes buffalo milk burrata, prosciutto, beef short ribs and polenta, pappardelle and gnocchi. (Getty Images) Here are some of the best places in the D.C. area to grab a meal with growing gourmands. Sfoglina You won’t feel bad about letting your little one eat “diner food” at Silver Diner. The pancakes are quinoa-coconut, the hot dogs are all-beef and nitrate free, and the chicken tenders are antibiotic and hormone-free, served with strawberries or veggies. There are also options like a side of brown rice, a plate of sustainable teriyaki salmon and berry yogurt shakes. (Courtesy Silver Diner/Eric Vance) WASHINGTON — Kids’ menus are getting a major makeover. At many restaurants in the D.C. area, greasy chicken fingers, bland burgers and savorless spaghetti are out; flavorful fish fillets, grass-fed beef sliders and house-made pastas are in. Here are some of the best places to grab a meal with growing gourmands. Comments WTOP is now using Facebook as our comment platform. Need help? Email us. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and like us on Facebook. © 2017 WTOP. All Rights Reserved. Silver Diner Takoma Park tots have their choice of cheesy baked grains and summer vegetables, or crispy Gulf shrimp and Virginia catfish at Republic. There’s also house-made chicken fingers, a hamburger from Virginia’s Smith Meadows Farm and rigatoni with basil-tomato sauce. WASHINGTON — Kids’ menus are getting a major makeover. At many restaurants in the D.C. area, greasy chicken fingers, bland burgers and savorless spaghetti are out; flavorful fish fillets, grass-fed beef sliders and house-made pastas are in. Here are some of the best places to grab a meal with growing gourmands. Comments WTOP is now using Facebook as our comment platform. Need help? Email us. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and like us on Facebook. © 2017 WTOP. All Rights Reserved. Takoma Park tots have their...

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