Do you remember the post we did last year about pristine, well-designed high chairs in a McDonalds in France? We still can't get over that image. A clean, safe high chair says as much about a restaurant as does the cleanliness of their restrooms. And if it's good looking to boot, we won't complain. Check out this little row of beauties in a restaurant in, you guessed it, France (at Bonpoint).
We love the simple wood design and the fact that they're painted to match the decor. It makes me want to drag my two Stokkes out onto the back deck and give them a good coat or two of paint this weekend. By the way, I make it a point to tell the manager of a restaurant when their high chairs are nice and clean.
Kristine of Townmouse was lucky enough to dine at this restaurant in the basement of Bonpoint's flagship store in Paris.