Neighborhood Brew-haha: Babies in Bars

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Babies in Bars

It worked for Grandma: Seen in a North London pub, 1929. Haywood Magee/Picture Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Thirsty? Nursing? Parents in Brooklyn used to bring their kids to the Union Hall bar. That drew the ire of other patrons, and finally the bartender posted a sign banning all strollers. Brooklyn blogger and mommy columnist Louise Crawford distills the hullabaloo.

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