(Consumerist) Chipotle has a kids' menu with tiny quesadillas and organic milk, and offers high chairs in its dining rooms. They seemed to Chad like an establishment that welcomes and accommodates families with small children. When his wife took their 16-month-old daughter for a diaper change, though, she found no changing table. So she did the logical thing and changed the tot's dirty diaper on a table in the dining area. Wait, what?
Chad sent us a copy of his letter to Chipotle's headquarters, which is too long to reproduce here. This all went down at a restaurant in the Midwest, and Chad tells us that the location is pretty new, having opened in the last year or so. In the letter, he admits that his wife's decision to change the kid in the dining area was "unsavory," and apologizes for any health code violations that she may have caused, and for any inconvenience to the employees who had to sanitize the table.
Yet he defends her decision in his letter, and defended it to the (horrified) Chipotle employees as well.
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