A DNAinfo article came out recently that reports on a controversy that has the many of the new families uptown in an uproar because of a child seating policy at one local restaurant. Bad Horse Pizza opened a few years on FDB by 120th Street and has now made headlines for refusing to seat a 12-party reservation which consisted mostly of kids from the neighborhood. The article points out that this part of South Harlem was full of empty lots and crime not so long ago but now it appears that an army of families have arrived in recent years who in turn have not taken kindly to this particular eatery because of a less than child-friendly point of view. Bad Horse Pizza is also priced more than the typical take-out place with toppings that include gorgonzola cheese, garlic shrimp and skirt steak. This situation reminds us of when Park Slope in Brooklyn went through major gentrification several years ago and stories like this one was all too common. Any thoughts on the matter?