Parents of young children want to dine at upscale restaurants with their entire family. The solution is simple.

Option 1: Go out, and you might be subject to the snide remarks and stares from diners who feel young children don’t belong in their favorite restaurant. Or…

Option 2: Avoid going out to an expensive restaurant. Instead, opt for a night in or go to Chuck E. Cheese to enjoy sub-par food.

Most parents of young children think their choices are very undesirable.

Choose option three Giggles N’ Hugs(OTCQB : GIGL), Los Angeles-based restaurant that combines the best of both for families. Joey Parsi and Dorsa, his wife, founded the restaurant after an embarrassing night out with their 3-year-old son and 6-month-old daughter.

“I was appalled that we took our kids to a restaurant where we had to turn to our 3-year-old and say, ‘Be something other than a child,'”Joey Parsi.

That was the start of the idea that would become the real gem for the couple: create a space that offers healthy, organic food in a casual atmosphere where children can interact with each other and parents.

The restaurant serves healthy, freshly prepared meals, like tilapia fish stick, but also has team members who entertain the children with entertainment, including puppet shows and discos. They also outfit specific locations with a variety of toys, such a pirate ship or princess castle, which are all cleaned by the staff three times daily.

Since 2008, the restaurant has grown to three locations. The restaurant is now a favorite spot for L.A.’s most prestigious families.

“Many of the major A list celebs are customers and have had their children’s parties at Giggles N’ Hugs,”Joey.

They envision a similar concept to Gymboree where the Giggles N’ Hugs brand could be associated with more than just the restaurant. They plan to open more locations, including franchises and company-owned spots in hundreds of cities around the globe.

“We’re now branching out into a kids’ clothing line, and into a kids’ frozen foods line,”Joey. “The possibilities are endless.”

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