Here’s where kids can eat for FREE at national chains throughout the United States!
Saving Money While Dining Out
If you have children, you know that going out to eat can get expensive. However, as the primary chef around my home, I know it’s nice to have a night off from the kitchen.
I have been putting together a list, sending emails, and making phone calls to round up the restaurants currently offering a kids eat free promotion. Many local restaurants also have deals, so definitely ask around at your favorite places to see what specials are available.
TIP: While I verified these offers, the offers can change at any time and/or vary by location. Not all locations of these chains will participate as described below. Definitely call and double check before heading to the restaurant.
Tuesday nights are family nights! Dine in and get a free kid’s meal (with an adult entree purchase) every Tuesday from 4pm-close. Bob Evans
Children ages 3 and under always eat free with the purchase of an adult entree. Home – Pizza, Pasta, Salad & Desserts | Cicis Pizza – Carryout or Delivery
Chevy’s Fresh Mex
Dine in on Wednesdays where kids ages12 and under can get a kid’s meal for $1 with the purchase of an adult entree. Kids can also get their own dough ball and take home an avocado pit to grow their own tree!
Head on over to Denny’s on Tuesdays between 4pm and 10pm where kids eat for free with the purchase of a regular priced adult entree. Offer may vary by location. Denny’s Restaurant Locations Directory (dennys.com)
Note: The Denny’s I called was not currently running the promo, but they said other locations might be.
Dickey’s BBQ Pit
Every Sunday, one kiddo (aged 12 and under) per check can get a free kid’s meal with a minimum $12 purchase. This offer is not valid with any other promotions/discounts/coupons. Offer available at participating locations only.
Fogo de Chao
The Fogo Churrasco experience is always free for kids ages 6 and under. Children ages 7-12 are charged half the regular price.
This is one of my favorite places to grab a quick & delicious dinner! Freebird’s offers one free kid’s meal per purchase of an adult entree on Sundays!
Kids 10 and under eat for FREE every day with the purchase of a kid’s beverage and an adult meal.
Kids 11 and under eat for free when staying at a Holiday Inn Hotel. This applies to the kid’s menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner when dining with an adult guest (staying at the hotel) that orders an adult entree. This is limited to up to 4 children per family, per meal.
Hop on over to I-Hop any day between 4pm and 10 pm where kids eat free with an adult entree purchase.
Sundays and Mondays between 5pm-9pm kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.
Select locations offer children 12 and under a free kid’s meal with an adult meal purchase on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11am to close.
Children under 12 years of age can score a free kid’s meal with an adult entree purchase on Mondays and Tuesdays. Don’t forget to call ahead and make sure your location is participating.
Maggiano’s is famous for their family style meals (minimum of 4 people for this style of dining). When ordering the Family Style dinner option, kids 4 and under eat for free and kids ages 5-12 are $17.99.
Kids ages 12 and under can get a free kid’s meal per food item purchase of $8.99 or more on Tuesdays.
Kids under 12 years of age can get one free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée of $6 or more.
Head on over to Red Lobster on Tuesdays for one free kid’s meal with the purchase of each adult entree up to a maximum of ten.
Tuesdays are Family Nights over at Ruby’s Diner. Kids ages 12 and under eat free from 4pm-close with the purchase of an adult meal.
Texas de Brazil
When purchased with an adult meal, meals for children ages 2 and under are always complimentary. Also, children ages 3-5 eat for just $5 and kids 6-12 are half price!
Kid’s 12 and under can enjoy a complimentary kid’s meal with a purchased adult entree on Tuesdays from 5pm-8pm.
What other great Kid’s Eat Free promos are y’all aware of? Drop them in the comments below.