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Picadilly has updated the details for its Kids’ Meal deals. Picadilly restaurant now offers Kids’ Meals for 99 cents all day Thursday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Previously, kids ate for 99 cents every day after 4 p.m.) Click here for more details. Kids can choose an entrée, two sides, a dessert [...]
Besides a really creative name and a love of the letter Z, Izzo’s Illegal Burrito features a great Kids’ Kidz Night special on Mondays. Details: Every Monday, Izzo’s Kidz Mealz are just 99 cents. Offer good for up to three children per family. Applies to kids 10 and under. Izzo’s has been serving fresh Mexican [...]
Taco Bell announced in late July it will discontinue kids’ meals at its chain of quick-serving restaurants, saying the meals and toys “simply no longer make sense for us to put resources behind.” Taco Bell expects to have kids’ meals off the menu at all of its restaurants by January 2014. Menu items on the [...]
Eat’n Park is celebrating its birthday with 99-cent kids’ meals through July 14, 2013. In addition, every child who visits during the birthday celebration will receive a special treat bag featuring the restaurant’s signature mascot, Smiley. The treat bag includes a Smiley tattoo, sticker, wristband and their choice of apple, mini Smiley cookie or Smiley cookie.
It’s been 10 years since McDonald’s introduced a new happy meal item, but they are doing so this week: Fish Bites! The Happy Meal will be available later this week and features 7 Alaskan Pollock Bites, Apple Slices, Low Fat Milk, and Child-Size Fries. Total calorie content for the kid’s meal is 390 calories. Fish [...]
Let me preface this story by saying I am a HUGE fan of small businesses. Particularly restaurants. I want them to succeed. I like visiting an establishment that appreciates loyal, local customers. When my son was a toddler, we were visiting a fairly new restaurant in town for lunch. He got a kid’s meal, [...]