A restaurant in Pittsburgh suberb is banning kids.

Later this week, kids under the age of six will no longer be allowed to dine at McDain's Restaurant and Golf Center in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.

Today, the restaurant's ban on kids was heralded as a victory for more mature diners across the country in big U.S. media.

McDain's is well known in the area for being an upscale dining establishment.

We feel that McDain's is not a place for young children. Their volume can't be controlled and many, many times they have disturbed other customers, the restaurant said in an e-mail to customers, published on UPI.com.

For some, it's a political issue.

There is such a pent-up disgust and frustration with this issue in terms of people who have had meals disturbed, and no one has taken the forefront on the issue Mike Vuick, McDain's Owner told CBS News.

Surrounded by a golf course, one might wonder how many children currently dine at McDain's. 

But it appears they aren't welcome anymore.

After July 16, Pennsylvanian families will have to find other watering holes for their toddlers. McDain's is catering to the big boys.