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Salzburg Christmas restaurants with young children

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I am seeking restaurant recommendations for December 24th and December 25th in Salzburg. I will be dining with a 3 year old and a 1 year old. We would like something fun and festive, but also child-friendly.

We were considering the Mozart Dinner concert, but wondering if it is too elegant for the children. They are fairly well behaved at meals, but they are children. Is this the type of concert where they would likely be a disturbance to other guests or is it child friendly?

Any other ideas are appreciated. I have been on the Salzburg tourism website and it is helpful, but my only concern is whether or not the children would do well at each of the affairs.

We were considering the Amadeohotel Schaffernath for the 24th. Maybe the more casual restaurant at the Golderner Hirsch for the 25th. Also read an article about Hotel Schloss Monchstein Christmas dinner - sounded nice.

We are hoping to make it to midnight mass at the big cathedral, but not sure about distance from any restaurants.

Thank you for your ideas.

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