On a recent road trip with our two girls, we were looking for a place where kids eat free. Going out to eat is a rare occurrence for our family (#1 because I’m cheap, and #2 I have dietary restrictions) I did a quick search before we headed out but nothing came up so I thought, why not make one.
A $5 donation to BP Future Prospects Foundation gives you 5 FREE kids meals regular price $6.99. **this donation card is not always available for purchase, they only seem to offer from time to time so please check or call ahead.
7 menu items to choose from, includes a drink and even an ice cream sundae for dessert. If you register your Kids Card online you receive an extra free kids meal, making that 6 meals for just $5. I was able to buy 1 kids card ($5 donation) for both girls to share. Child must be 10 years and younger.
If you have children under the age of 12, register online to join the Mini Mario Club and they’ll receive a VIP membership card in the mail for 5 FREE Kids Eat Big meals and 5 FREE Chillers. Valid any day of the week, dine in only. 1 free kids meal per $15 purchase to qualify.
All across Canada. Kids 12 and under eat free if you are a registered guest. The Kids Eat Free offer is limited to up to four (4) children per dining family, per meal OR up to two (2) children per parent, per meal.
Starting at 4 pm every Tuesday, kids 10 and under pay a ‘cent- a- centimetre’ when choosing from the Safari Kids Menu. For example, if your child is 100cm, it costs $1. Limit 1 child per adult. Regular $6.99 to $7.69.
Although there isn’t one in SJ anymore you can find Mexi’s in both Fredericton & Moncton. Kids age 10 and under eat free on Sunday when ordering from the kids’ menu with the purchase of an adult meal.
Have a birthday to celebrate? Swiss Chalet offers kids under the age of 10 a free birthday meal including dessert on their birthday with the purchase of an adult meal. No registration required.
Please note, restaurant offers are subject to change, please confirm prior to your visit.
If you’re a restaurant owner or an employee of a restaurant that offers a kids eat free special, please let me know so I can add you to the list.
Michelle Lefrancois was born and raised in the small town of Grand Bay-Westfield, NB. She graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a Business Degree in 2004. After graduation, she worked in the Finance and Banking world for 10 years before deciding to be a stay at home mom to her two young daughters. She’s the founder of Network of Moms and loves helping other moms connect. In her spare time, she can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her husband, 2 children and 2 Boxers.