Kids Eat Free

By on 19 October, 2012 in Food, Heather Coleman with 2 Comments

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With soaring food prices and tight budgets, going out to eat with the family can sometimes be a challenge. Quite a few local restaurants offer special nights for families with children. If specifics are not listed, assume that the entire kid’s menu is available.

Daily
Chappy’s— Kids under 6 eat free with a paid adult.
Steak Out— One free kids meal with every $10.00 worth of food purchased after 3pm, and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Flips— Order $5.00 worth of food and get a kids meal for 99 cents

Sunday
Dreamland BBQ— Kids (10 and under) eat free
Midtown Pizza—  Free small cheese pizza for children 12 and under.
Deli @Alley Station
Railyard Brewing Company

Monday
No Way Jose — Kids eat free with purchase of adult entree.
Jalapenos
Los Vaqueros — One kid eats free with each adult purchase

Tuesday
Cucos
Eastside Grille
Moe’s  One free kids meal with each adult meal purchased. Kids must be under 12.
Las Salsas
Mellow Mushroom — Prattville

Wednesday
Baumhowers –Children 10 and under eat free with a minimum $10 purchase (Limit 2)

Thursday
Earthfare 4-8 p.m., kids eat free with the purchase of an adult meal worth $5 or more

Heather Coleman is a freelance writer and part-time DIY’er who mostly manages to fit her projects in around her family and her volunteer work. She lives with her husband, two boys and two pets in Midtown. She is on Google+, Linked In, Twitter and Pinterest.

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  1. Heather says:

    Just found out that kids eat free at Taste of India on Tuesday night! The fine print– 2 kids per adult, and the adult must purchase a full meal. Dinner only. Woohoo!

  2. V Cannon says:

    Ixtapa has free kids meals on Tuesday nights, one for each adult entree. And for those whose kids love the cheese dip, here’s our little rhyme. Dip, drip, shake-shake-shake, flip. Now that our kids have mastered it, no more drippy cheese on table and clothes!

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