The menu at this whimsical restaurant is sure to delight all ages! From the signature "Frrrozen" drinks like hot chocolate, strawberry supreme and pink ice to the pies, banana splits and pie, every sweet tooth will be plenty satisfied. Kids can choose from several different burgers and a variety of sandwiches like the Ultimate BLT on challah bread. . https://www.timeout.com/new-york-kids/restaurants/theme-restaurants-in-nyc
Consider this your ticket to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. At this cute café, little ones can enjoy service tailored especially for them. Breakfast and brunch are prime time for visits—you can order delicious omelets, eggs, scones, smoked salmon benedict and a variety of pancakes and waffles. On the menu, you’ll find delicious sandwiches (think curried chicken salad, black forest ham and gruyere, tuna melts, BLT) and tasty tea service options. . https://www.timeout.com/new-york-kids/restaurants/theme-restaurants-in-nyc
Around since the 1950s is the famous Serendipity 3, home to frozen hot chocolate and lots of iconic moments and memories. The “frrrozen” hot chocolate, as they call it, rings in at about $13. You can pair that with anything from pot pie to country meatloaf to chili or spaghetti and meatballs, though the joint is probably known for its Tiffany lamps and sweets more than the rest of the menu.
There is an $12.50 per person minimum charge, so everyone might as well get something. Note that you will probably be a little bit cramped in the small, busy place, so plan accordingly and be ready for a fun sugar rush. Reservations are a good idea. . https://thepointsguy.com/guide/best-nyc-restaurants-for-kids-families/
First: Choose your ball. Next: Choose your sauce. Then: Pick a side. Voila! The meal of your — and any picky eater’s — dreams. It’s not all meatballs at this shop: You’ll find veggie balls, salmon balls, Maine lobster balls, risotto balls, crabcake balls, sandwiches and salads. Even brunch at this New York hotspot that has six locations features dishes like lobster balls eggs Benedict. Gluten-free and veggie options are available, as well.
You’ll find the Meatball Shop in the Upper East Side and Lower East Side, Chelsea, West Village, Williamsburg and Hell’s Kitchen. . https://thepointsguy.com/guide/best-nyc-restaurants-for-kids-families/
Take the famed Roosevelt Island Tramway over the East River to the two-mile long Roosevelt Island. Stay for a while to explore Southpoint Park, the pleasant paths next to the river, or the late-1800s era North Point Lighthouse. Don’t miss the Louis Kahn-designed Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, which has top-notch views of Manhattan. . https://ny.curbed.com/maps/things-to-do-new-york-city-kids
This Manhattan hot spot offers daily playtime for little ones under age 5. There are slides and a jungle gym with climbing tunnels, and lots of pretend play fun, including dress-up, a performance stage, and a faux bodega/grocery area. There's a padded area for early walkers and plenty of sensory experiences and hand toys for tots and babies. . https://mommypoppins.com/new-york-city-kids/play-gyms-sports-centers/the-top-12-indoor-play-spaces-across-the-city