Restaurant Serves Kids Alcohol Instead Of Orange Juice

Some New Jersey parents are upset this week after they say a family restaurant served their kids alcohol. Jeremy and Dawn DeRoo took their three daughters to brunch at Bazil's on Sunday and ordered them orange juice; when one of the girls complained that it tasted funny, their mom figured it was just different than the kind they were used to and didn't think much of it. But after tasting it later, she discovered that it was actually a mimosa. To add insult to injury, the waitress allegedly brushed it off as no big deal and offered to replace the drinks with milk, and the manager never came over to apologize. The DeRoos say their kids showed signs of being drunk later that day and slept for hours after they got home. "That's not good enough for parents having kids, drunk and sleeping all day. It's not fair. These little kids shouldn't have any alcohol period," Jeremy DeRoo said. The restaurant's owners say they aren't sure how the mixup happened, and that all drinks are labeled to avoid mixups; luckily for them, the DeRoos say they aren't going to pursue legal action