Kids Eat Free

Kids Eat Free

Now that we’re in the back-to-school busy season, making dinner every night becomes a challenge. So where are some good places to go where the kids can eat free or almost free? Here is a list of some local restaurants that offer some great options for affordable dinner for families:

Dickie’s BBQ
www.dickeys.com
For ages 12 and under, kids can get a
free kid’s meal with $10 purchase of an
adult dine-in meal, all day on Sunday.
Cici’s Pizza 
www.cicis.com
The buffet is free for kids 3 and under
every day. There is a separate charge
for drinks.
Cristina’s Fine Mexican Restaurant
www.cristinasmex.com
Get free kids’ meals for ages 12 and
under with purchase of an adult meal,
all day Monday and Tuesday.
Dine-in only.
Denny’s 
www.dennys.com
One or two free kids’ meals with
purchase of an adult meal every
Tuesday from 4–10pm. Drinks
not included.
IHOP 
www.ihop.com
Free kid’s meal with purchase of an
adult meal 4–10pm every day. Ages 12
and under.
Luna Grill
www.modernmarket.com
Kids 10 and under eat free with the
purchase of an adult meal on Tuesdays
from 4pm until close.
McAlister’s Deli
www.mcalistersdeli.com
Free kids meal with the purchase of an
adult meal after 4 pm on Tuesdays.
Ages 12 and under.
Modern Market 
www.modernmarket.com
On Sundays and Mondays, get a free
kid’s entrée with purchase of an adult
meal after 5pm. Ages 12 and under.
Dine-in only.
Steak ’n Shake 
steaknshake.com
For every $9 spent during a dine-in
experience, one child (age 12 and
under) in the party will receive their
kid’s plate for free. Excludes drinks
and shakes.
Swirl Bakery
swirlbakery.com
On Mondays, get a free kid’s meal all
day with purchase of an adult entrée.

Make sure you understand the fine print before going. Most of these offers are not valid with any other promotions and you should always verify if that location still has the offer available. Always check the website or call the particular location you plan to visit to make sure that you understand the rules. Happy dining!


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