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Poultry is served up by Chef-owner Christian Vivet Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.

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Corey Perrine/Staff Poultry is served up by Chef-owner Christian Vivet Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.

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Chef-owner Christian Vivet, center, waits on Anita Jenkins as she dines with her husband, Doug Jenkins, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families. 'We come here for the food, the ambiance and Mari (Christian's wife, co-owner).'
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Janet Rushin is hugged by Co-owner Mari Vivet Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Pat Russell laughs with with Sous Chef Chris Hess Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families. 'We're foodies (husband John not seen) an it (the food) is amazing.' Pat said. 'It's just a fun place to go.'
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Chef-owner Christian Vivet serves up foie gras (French for 'fat liver' - this was a goose liver) Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families. Vivet went to culinary school in Paris, France and came to the States working for Disney World.
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Bouillabaisse, a traditional french fish stew, is prepared Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Through the doors of the kitchen, Chef-owner Christian Vivet laughs with Sous Chef Chris Hess Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Server Tony Itouchene helps Susan Smithson choose a wine Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Frogs legs are prepared by Chef-owner Christian Vivet Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Jeff Webb approves a red wine from Server Tony Itouchene Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families. 'It's the camaraderie, the friendliness,' Webb said. 'The food is great.'
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The exterior is seen Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Poultry is served up by Chef-owner Christian Vivet Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Red wine is poured by Server Tony Itouchene Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Co-owner Mari Vivet, center right, talks with John Russell, left, and his wife, Pat Russell, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.
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Server Deborah Torosi pours white wine Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at Blue Windows French Bistro in Fort Myers, Fla. The high-end restaurant doesn't ban children but don't cater to them either. There are no high chairs, booster seats or kids menus. They don't turn away adults with children, but be aware they don't tailor it to young families.

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