(FOX News) - A Texas restaurant is hoping to preempt unruly child behavior by giving parents dining at the eatery with kids a rule card about proper table manners when they get seated.
For the last few months, Cuchara, a Mexican restaurant located in the suburbs of Houston, has been handing out illustrated cards to families that come in to dine. The colorful card shows a happy family eating with text below that reads:
"Children at Cuchara don't run or wander around the restaurant. They stay seated and ask their parents to take them to the restroom. They don't scream, throw tantrums or touch the walls, murals, windows or other patrons. They are respectful!"
According to KHOU, the restaurant isn’t trying to discourage parents from bringing in their kids but they do want diners to be mindful of how their children behave.