Since it’s Spring Break, and we’re not going anywhere, I promised my 4-year-old son some in-town adventures. Our first adventure was heading to lunch at the Perfect Landing at the Centennial Airport. We arrived early (11:30) for lunch, without reservations, and it quickly got crowded. We requested a window table and waited approximately 10 minutes for our table. The views of the mountains, city, and planes were awesome! In the hour we were there we probably watched 25 planes take off and land (I had had much lower expectations). My son thoroughly enjoyed it…
The food was great --the salads and burgers looked especially tasty--but overall, the restaurant was not particularly kid friendly. Unfortunately, they offer no high chairs or booster seats and there is only a verbal kid’s menu. That said, we had a terrific experience and we will definitely be back for dinner at sunset booked with a reservation.
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