Annisa13 Barrow St.; 212-741-6699Cuisine: American NouveauThe Policy: Doesn't provide any children's menus, no substitutions, no high chairs — no policy against children, but not a kid-friendly restaurant. Aquavit65 E. 55th St.; 212-307-7311Cuisine: ScandinavianThe Policy: Typically no children allowed in the dining room; menu is either chef's tasting menu or prix fix. Kids welcome in the bistro. Bouley163 Duane St.; 212-964-2525Cuisine: FrenchThe Policy: Bringing a child below five years old is not recommended by the staff.Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare200 Schermerhorn St.; 718-243-0050Cuisine: American Nouveau; Eclectic/GlobalThe Policy: No children allowed. Usually must be over 18 to dine.Jack's Luxury Oyster Bar101 Second Ave.; 212-979-1012Cuisine: American Traditional, French, SeafoodThe Policy: Because of atmosphere, children not recommended. Jean Georges1 Central Park West; 212-299-3900Cuisine: FrenchThe Policy: Children under 10 not allowed in main dining room, but can eat in the front bar/bistro area.La Grenouille3 E. 52nd St.; 212-752-1495Cuisine: FrenchThe Policy: "We have a formal, elegant dining room, two to two-and-a-half hour dinner. Children don't like to be here that long. We don't recommend it."Le Bernardin155 W. 51st St.; 212-554-1515Cuisine: French, SeafoodThe Policy: Won't allow children under 12; doesn't have "facilities for children."Masa10 Columbus Cir., 4th fl.; 212-823-9800Cuisine: Japanese/SushiThe Policy: Not recommended because it's a two-and-a-half hour dinner and there's no dinner discount for children. It's always $450 a person.Rasputin2670 Coney Island Ave.; 718-332-8111Cuisine: French, RussianThe Policy: Children must be 10 years or older; strictly no babies. Robert's Steakhouse603 W. 45th St.; 212-245-0002Cuisine: SteakhouseThe Policy: No one younger than 21 years old is allowed. (It is in a strip club after all.)STK26 Little W. 12th St.; 646-624-2444Cuisine: SteakhouseThe Policy: No children after 10 p.m.