Disney Kicks kids

Disney promotes itself as a place for children, a family event, and gord knows they have made a killing on movies and merchandise.

However, when it comes to “fine dining” {and who the hell thinks Disneyland when they think fine dining} Disney no longer recognizes the kids.

Virtually nothing about Victoria & Albert’s, which opened in 1988, is designed to appeal to children. Men are required to wear jackets, and women must wear dresses or pantsuits. The crystal-and-linen dining room typically seats no more than 100 patrons. The hushed atmosphere features live harp music. The menu, which changes daily, offers programmed, seven-course dinners that can last as long as three hours. Prices start at $125 a person.

Families may now be singing F-u-c k y-o-u D-i-s-n-e-y