NOPE!! Not at all! I decided that Branson, MO USA was my personal idea of h&ll when I was on a trip there and had been tossing around the idea of getting a new tattoo done. It's midnight and I'm watching TV when an ad comes on for a local tattoo place, so I sit up and take notice til the end of the commercial when the announcer says "bring you whole family, and kids get free airbrush tattoo's while you wait"! :(Really?!? Yeah that's one place where kids definitely don't need to be..what if they bump the artists arm and they make a line across you? Depending on the size you can be there HOURS..
No kidding. I was taken along on a tattoo errand with a couple the first year DH and I were married. He was doing something else, a chess tournament, and they offered to give me a ride to the shopping areas to do something more interesting. Boy did I regret that. It ended up a day of listening to them bicker while their kid did this happy eardrum blasting shriek, topped off by being a hostage babysitter while they got inked.
I've been inked. It took about an hour to get mine done, as it was not a big one, but I sure wouldn't expect a toddler to stay still for that long while unengaged.
Anyway, that aside, I do think sometimes there are places kids shouldn't be brought even if they are angels. My folks used to brag about how they could take me anywhere when I was a baby because I was so quiet and so good. Like pool halls. They'd just put me (in a seat) on a table next to the one they were playing on and just keep playing late into the night and other than babbling I wouldn't make a peep.
That always seemed a little strange to me!
On the other hand, once I did take my kids to a super fancy restaurant that didn't even have kids menus or highchairs or booster seats (which to me would say "kids not welcome!") but in my defense, the neighbor who recommended the restaurant to me didn't tell me it was expensive or that it was not terribly kid friendly. And I don't know but if I knew someone had kids (and she knew I did) I'd slip that in when recommending a place to eat, that I might want to find a sitter.