Lack of Changing table
by Jennie P. written to
Posted Wed April 19, 2006 7:34 pm I'd like to
suggest that the Denny's in Fallbrook, CA look into installing a
changing station in one or both of the restrooms.
Denny's promotes itself as a family-friendly restaurant. And for
the most part it is. I enjoy being able to take my kids to an
appropriate restaurant, but it is a bit of a hassle to take the
baby out of the restaurant and half-way across the parking lot
to the car to change her.
I respectfully request that the management consider purchasing a
Heidi S. written to Pizza Hut, Inc.
Posted Fri March 17, 2006 8:45 am Last week my
husband and I took our two children to dinner at Pizza Hut.
While there, my eight week old baby needed a diaper change. Much
to my surprise, I went into the restroom and there was no where
for me to change him. Our waitress informed my husband that it
was against Pizza Hut policy to have a baby changing table due
to sanitary reasons. This makes absolutley no sense whatsoever.
There are toilets in the bathroom that have millions of
germs...how is a place to change a baby any different? People
have babies...babies need their diaper changed!
Because of this our family will not be going back to Pizza Hut.
I believe that other families will also stop eating there as
well when they realize they have no place to change their
children's diaper. There were three other familes with small
children while I was there and each of them had comments about
the restaurant not having a changing table as well.
I would hope that you would reconsider having a changing table
for families. Other restaurants have them and it hasn't made the
bathrooms any dirtier!
No place to change m baby's diaper!!
jennifer f. written to Pizza Hut, Inc.
Posted Mon January 3, 2005 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem with the experience at Pizza
Hut, Inc.. The restaurant I'm referring to is at Union Rd.
Cheektowaga NY 14225.
I have a 10 month old daughter who wears diapers. I took her to
the bathroom to change her diaper and i found no where to change
her. I asked an employee for a place and they said to use my
car. Um I live in buffalo, it's middle of winter and very cold
outside!! I have to leave my baby in her dirty, smelly diaper
until we left.
I have no plans to eat at your establishment again. Also, I
don't plan on recommending you to people I know.
Here is how I would like you to address my complaint: Buy some
changing tables, they can't cost that much!! Compensation for my
and my daughter's aggercation would be great too..
No Diaper Changing Station in a FAMILY restaurant
by Michael C. written to
Posted Tue December 30, 2003 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem with the experience at Burger
King. The restaurant I'm referring to is at Coralville, IA.
ALL restrooms (men's and women's) in ANY "family" restaurant
should be required to have diaper changing stations in them.
It's like Russian Roulette whenever we go to a Burger King and I
have to change one or both of my daughters' diapers. I am sick
of having to change my child's diaper on the bathroom floor!
I am uncertain whether I would consider dining in your
restaurant again. Also, I might or might not continue to
recommend your establishment.
Here is how I would like you to address my complaint: Make a
corporate mandate that all Burger King restaurants are to
install and maintain diaper changing stations.
If you are going to sell kid's meals, then be "kid friendly"..
No diaper stations!
Christine written to Pizza Hut, Inc.
Posted Thu June 5, 2003 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem with the cleanliness or
hygiene at Pizza Hut, Inc.. Specifically, my complaint concerns
restrooms. The restaurant I'm referring to is at Altoona
Pennsylvania. My family recently visited your Altoona Pa store.
As soon as I got to the store, I rushed to the womens restroom
to change my son's diaper. I noticed that the restroom did not
have any place to change a diaper. My son really need his diaper
changed so I gave him to my husband to see if the men's restroom
had one and it didn't.
I could not believe that you had no place to change a dipaer. I
asked the waitress and she said there was no room to install a
diaper station in either bathroom and to change him in the booth
that were were sitting in.
I am sorry but I think that is totally gross to change a diaper
at the table you are eating at. I can't believe you could not
provide a place anywhere.
Well I really enjoy your establishment but now I know that I
can't go back with my family.
It's unlikely I would consider dining in your restaurant with my
family. Also, I might continue to get take out food.
Here's what I'd like to see happen: to provide a diaper changing
Changing In Long Island TacoBell
ed C. written to Taco Bell
Posted Sat October 26, 2002 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem with the cleanliness or
hygiene at Taco Bell. Specifically, my complaint concerns store
cleanliness. The restaurant I'm referring to is at Port
Jefferson Station NY RT 347.
I could not believe it when I saw it.
I went to Taco Bell, ordered my food and as I was heading
towards the dining area I actualy saw a female employee changing
her baby's diaper on the table along with some of her family or
This is no joke and I was shocked.
I commented to her and she spoke not 1 word of english so I
looked like the fool.
Another man saw this and turned around and told his wife.
The manager was not available at the time and I went home with
$25 worth of food that was tossed in the garbage after I told
the group I was with what happened.
It's unlikely I would consider dining in your restaurant again.
Also, I don't plan on recommending you to people I know.
Here's what I'd like to see happen: I want to be reimbursed and
I expect to hear back from someone within a matter of a few days
or I will take this 1 step higher.
I eat at Taco Bell so often because I love it, I really do.
I can get around th efact that people never wear gloves besides
the cashiers but I better be contacted and not by the local
manager whom doesn't care.
do you expect me to change my daughter's diaper?!?!
Jennifer G. written to In-N-Out Burgers
Posted Fri October 4, 2002 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem with the experience at
In-N-Out Burgers. The restaurant I'm referring to is at
I'm very disappointed with my most recent In & Out experience in
Fairfield, CA. I went to In & Out on Oct 4th for lunch with my
husband and daughter. I was very disappointed to find that the
restrooms did not have a diaper changing station. Because of
this, I was forced to go back out to my car and change my
daughter's diaper in a busy parking lot in 90 degree weather.
This made my dining experience less than pleasurable; and I
certainly would have expected more from a family oriented and
I am uncertain whether I would consider dining in your
restaurant again. Also, I might not continue to recommend your
Here is how I would like you to address my complaint:
Acknowledge my inconvience and install diaper changing stations
in both the men and women's bathrooms.
with the Melissa diaper bag changing pad
Amy N. written to GRACO Children's Products, Inc.
Posted Thu October 11, 2001 I'm sure you
know how important your products are to the people who buy them,
so I hope you are willing to take seriously my complaint about
your company's durability. My complaint concerns the Melissa
diaper bag. The changing pad that I have with my Melissa
diaperbag has already ripped after having it for only a few
months. I can't find a replacement.
Despite this problem, I will most likely end up buying from your
Here's what I'd like to see happen: send me a new changing pad.
Thank you for taking the time to read this. Your prompt
attention to this letter would be greatly appreciated.
diaper changing table at Toys R Us!
Jeff P. written to Toys R Us
Posted Mon September 10, 2001 Help! I have a complaint that I want to bring to your attention,
and I hope you can deal with this issue quickly. I'm sure you
will go out of your way to keep your customers happy. This
incident has perturbed me.
I'm talking about your store located at 130 E. El Camino Real in
Sunnyvale, CA. Here's the situation: My wife and I visited this
store on Saturday, September 8th, 2001. During our visit, we
needed to change our 15 month-old daughter. To our dismay, we
discovered there were no changing tables available in either the
men's or the women's restroom! We contacted the person at the
customer service desk. His reason was that the studs in the wall
were too far apart to have the table installed. This is not a
valid reason in my mind. As a result, my wife and I left the
store to change our daughter. We did not purchase all of the
items we had planned, as our daughter was our first concern.
Here's what I expect you to do: Toys 'R' Us should be
embarrassed for not providing such an inexpensive solution as a
diaper changing table in both the men's and women's restroom.
Just about everywhere else we visit have these as "standard"
Based on all of my experiences with your company, I am a bit
dissatisfied. As far as shopping with you in the future is
concerned, I'll probably still do it, but I hope you fix this
problem. I'm uncertain if I will recommend you to my friends and
As I said, I'm sure you value your customers and will want to
address this complaint quickly. I look forward to hearing from
you soon. Thanks.
Diaper Changing Area Needed
Melissa W. written to Denny's Restaurant
Posted Fri April 20, 2001 I'm writing to
bring your attention to a problem I had with the experience at
your restaurant. I'm sure you value your customers and want to
keep them, so I hope you will take this complaint seriously and
come up with a quick resolution. I'm specifically talking about
your restaurant located at International Speedway Boulevard,
Daytona Beach, FL. This incident has left me quite annoyed.
Here's what happened: I have recently dined at 2 different
Denny's in the Daytona Beach/Ormond Beach, FL area. Neither
Denny's has a Diaper Changing Station. As a mother of a 7 month
old, this is frustrating for me. Having to change my baby's
diaper on the counter between the sinks (which I first had to
wipe down because it was dirty), is difficult and annoying. I
worry about my baby's safety and hygiene. Here's how I'm
hoping you will fix the problem: I would like you to
install/provide a Diaper Changing Area in your restrooms.
I occasionally eat at your restaurant. Usually, I spend about
$28.00 when I patronize one of your establishments. My overall
experiences with your company have left me somewhat
dissatisfied. I am unsure of whether I will eat at your
restaurant again. I still might recommend you to others.
I'm sure you'll rectify this situation. You may even benefit.
People may be willing to pay more for improvements. I appreciate
your taking the time to read this. I hope you can help me with
my problem. The sooner, the better.
Unable to change diaper due to being a man.
written to Edwards Cinemas
Posted Sat August 12, 2000 To Whom It May
I am writing to express my dissatisfaction with the service at
Let me briefly recount my experience:
My wife and I are expecting our second child in another week, so
I thought I would take her to an afternoon movie at the new
Edwards at the Promenade in Temecula. Luckily, my son nearly
slept through the whole show. However, he did wake up and I
needed to take him to the bathroom to change his diaper. To my
dismay, there was no baby-changing station in your mens' room.
It made for a very difficult situation.
I am a frequent customer of Edwards Cinemas. As a result of this
experience I might/might not use Edwards Cinemas again. I
definitely will tell people about this matter. I believe that
this kind of service will have a negative impact on your
I know that you wish to correct this situation as quickly as
possible, so I am asking that you install baby-changing stations
in ALL of your bathrooms. With my new baby coming, the
likelihood that I will have need of one again is increasing, and
it would certainly come in handy.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Black-eyed Pea restaurant no. 2046
699 S. Stemmons Frwy.
service 08/29, 1:15 PM
I am the
father of a 11 month old daughter. I took her to the men's
restroom to change her diaper so that my wife could finish her
lunch. However, this restaurant did not have a changing table in
the men's restroom and I was forced to change her on the dirty
The sink area was also occupied. Installing a foldable changing
table in the bathroom would be a simple thing to do. I also
noticed that there were three other families in this restaurant
with babies that day. We eat at this restaurant on a
regular basis but will be forced to go elsewhere if they cannot
install a changing table in both restrooms.