Kids Eat Free
The term kids eat free is one often used by parents or grandparents all over the U.S. and entails a parent or guardian looking for a restaurant where their child or children can eat free. There are almost always day restrictions as well where each restaurant has a day of the week that this discount is offered.
Please call and check with your local franchise or restaurant before you go to find out what guidelines they may have and if they are still offering the promotion. If they are in fact offering the kids eat free night, this can really help you and your family save money while dining out. Click on any of the restaurants listed here for lots of details!
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