The Odeon is primarily tuned in to adult diners, so if the staff doesn't notice the person with you is a child (and not just an extra-short grown-up), you may have to ask for a cup of crayons. Odeon does have both, as well as high chairs. What we LOVE about Odeon is the fact that they color their drinks. Ginger ale and Sprite become impossibly exotic when they arrive dressed in green, blue, red, or yellow. And while the wait for food can be long (20 minutes on an uncrowded evening), you can lead the kids through some color spectrum mixing experiments with the judicious use of straws and water glasses. Bathrooms, which are down a flight of narrow stairs, have one sink, two stalls and no changing table.