Raleigh’s long list of kid-friendly things to do and see makes this North Carolina city a fun place for families. With everything from historic carousels and trains to museums and parks, kids can stay active.
After they run off some energy, they’ll be hungry, so you might want to check out some of the restaurants with Kids Eat Free specials. Out to Eat with Kids has compiled a few for you to peruse.
Tobacco Road Sports Café offers a Kids Eat Free special Tuesdays. One kids’ meal with the purchase of an adult entrée. In addition to typical kids’ fare (chicken tenders, cheeseburgers), they also have black eyed pea burger, turkey burger and a peanut butter, banana and honey sandwich on multigrain bread.
Kids Eat Free Tuesdays at Red Hot and Blue. One free kids’ meal per adult entrée purchase. Known for its Memphis-style barbecue and the blues music running in the background, Red Hot and Blue serves up Southern favorites for adults and kids. The children’s menu includes chicken tenders, grilled cheese and kids’ ribs.
Amedeo’s Restaurant has a Kids Eat Free special Mondays. Kids 12 and under eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée. The whole family can enjoy a delicious meal at “Raleigh’s finest Italian family restaurant.” Open since 1963, Amedeo’s Restaurant was started by Amedeo DeAngelis and features some of his mother’s and grandmother’s homemade Italian recipes.
Tossed calls itself a “fresh food fast” restaurant that features garden fresh salads, gourmet wraps, sandwiches, paninis and soups. Their kids’ menu (aka “Sprouts’ Menu”) features a variety of sandwiches, including a “design-your-own” sandwich, which comes with your choice of lettuce, one protein and two toss-ins (healthy veggies/fruits). Kids Eat Free at Tossed all day Saturday and Sunday, and after 2 p.m. Monday through Friday with the purchase of an adult entrée and drink.
Champps Americana is all about sports and their kids’ menu reflects that. The paper menu has all kinds of activities that promote a healthy lifestyle. Two kids can eat free Tuesdays from 4-8 p.m. with the purchase of an adult entrée. Healthy sides include mandarin oranges and broccoli.
What’s your favorite Kids Eat Free restaurant special? Comment below!