Are minor children allowed in Italian bars?
Italian children are allowed in bars
Yes, it is legal for a minor to sit in most bars in Ohio with a SOBER parent or a legal guardian. However, the establishment does NOT have to allow a minor in. If the establishment makes a "no one under 18" rule, it is legal for them to refuse entry to minors regardless of who is accompanying the minor.
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Not even to walk around and sell cookies. Most bars have a sign clearly posted in the entry stating that minors may not enter establishments whose primary function is the selling of alcohol. However, it is perfectly okay for children to sit at restaurants that serve alcohol, or to enter hotel bars, that are part of the hotel facility.
That depends on the rules of the venue. I've seen very young children at darts tournaments. As long as they're with a parent and not bothering the competitors, it's usually OK. Even in many bars, where most league competition takes place, children over a certain age are allowed (often parental supervision is required).
New laws limiting the sale of alcohol have come into effect in the Italian city of Rome. As of January 17th '2009 bars and restaurants along with supermarkets or other retailers are forbidden to sell takeaway booze after 21:00 local time. Bars and restaurants also are not allowed to sell alcohol at all from 02:00 local time. Discotheques are not affected by the new regulations. Legal drinking age is 16.
It depends on the state that you are in and it's laws related to establishments that sell alcohol. In Texas you are allowed to be in some bars that serve alcohol as long as you accompanied by a parent. In this instance you would also be allowed in a hookah bar. You would need to be at least 18 years old if you intend on smoking.
I played in a darts league in Texas, and several teams had at least one minor from time to time. Several of the bars in the league did not allow minors to play without a parent present, and some bars did not allow minors at all, but I was given the distinct impression that it was the decision of each bar whether or not to allow minors.
they were not allowed in alot of bars because the owners were afraid the customers may get hurt by the vets if someone called them a name like baby killers.the veterans just wanted to be left alone and to get on with their life.so much had happened to them and to come back to a country that was ashamed of them,they did thier duty as they saw to it. know of what happened because I'm…
It depends on where you are. In most of Europe and large parts of Asia, children of any age can enter bars in certain circumstances although they are usually not allowed to purchase alcohol under certain ages (18 in large areas of Europe) Under U.S. law the age is 21 years old as a legal age to purchase alcohol but states have varying ages to enter bars and restaurants.
This really varies by location, as well as the characteristics of the woman. In the past, it was not seen as ladylike to go into a bar, especially unaccompanied by a man. To my knowledge, there were not specific laws prohibiting that women enter a bar, but a woman was much more respected if she did not frequent bars.