Imagine your monthly night date with your husband being ruined by a screaming 3-year-old siting next to you at your favorite restaurant. We bet you would give anything to hit repeat on the night ... this time without the screaming child. Some dining patrons would probably relish eating at a restaurant that bans kids under a certain age. Are you one of them?

We haven't heard about it happening in New Jersey yet, but there are restaurants in North Carolina and Pennsylvania that are enforcing a no kids policy. And while banning kids in restaurants that cater to families like Red Robin, Friendly's or Ground Round would be silly, it might make sense for New Jersey's fine dining establishments to be kid free.

And according to a poll conducted by New Jersey 101.5's Dennis & Judi in 2013, a majority of New Jerseyans are in favor of banning kids at restaurants with over 75 percent who said they should be banned.

What do you think? Would you like to see some restaurants in New Jersey place an age restriction those that can dine in their establishments?

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