The sign outside the establishment stated, “Under New Management.” This should have been an early warning to provide our money to a different restaurant. The next warning indicator occurred as soon as we walked into the door. The person greeting us immediately stated that they do not have highchairs or a children’s menu. Being that we had 11, 5 and 2 year-olds with our party, this did not bode well. We arrived at the location at 6PM. The restaurant was not overly crowded and we were quickly steated at a table. As of 7PM we only received drinks and appetizers. In the hour between, our 2 year old became very restless. What 2 year old will sit in one place for that long? To make matters worse, he had to sit in a regular dining chair as appropriate seating was not provided by the establishment. As such, the staff asked that he not run around for his safety. This resulted in an angry child which ultimately ended up with spilled beverages. At this point we removed the child from the restaurant and took turns waiting with him in the car. After another 30 minutes, about 7:30PM for those keeping score, the waitress informed us that out main courses still had not been cooked and asked if we would like to pay for our appetizers and call it a night. I have never seen such an act by a restaurant in my life. Being extremely close to Idlewild Park, one would think that this establishment would be much more “kid friendly.” Alas, this was not the case. So I implore all parents of young children that may be tempted to stop for a bite at the Road Toad, to continue up or down the road until you find a place better suited for children. Lastly, the “New Management” makes me long to have the “Old Management” return.