So when I go on trips, I like to eat at places that we don't have in our area. I did alot of googling and research before we left, and found a bunch of different family-friendly options.
One of those was The Real Chow Baby, which was about a ten minute drive from our hotel.
The basic set up is upon arrival and after taking our drink orders, the waitress handed us these little wooden paddles (she had us write our name on it) and walked us through the stir-fry bar: You get a black bowl and load up with rice or noodles, and an assortment of veggies. You add whatever sauces you like, which range from mild (teriyaki) to hot (black bean garlic).
Then you get a red bowl for your protein, like chicken, beef, shrimp, eggs, etc. You can add dry spices to the meat (garlic salt, chili powder, red pepper flakes) and then you leave both bowls - with the wooden paddle - and go back to your table.
The food was awesome, but mine could have used some more sauce. The only other thing that I will say, is this was the first of two "family-friendly" restaurants, based on different website ratings, that were missing a bigger children's menu and a changing table in the bathroom!