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Kids Eat Free Deals in Palm Beach County

If you're looking to save some money while dining out with the whole family, here's one way to do it — search out the Kids Eat Free meal deals. Offered by a variety of locally-owned and chain restaurants, these deals will save you money instantly. As always, these deals change, but they are valid as of February 2021 These offers are usually valid for children 12 and under and come with the purchase of an adult entree.  Our suggestion is to check with the establishment prior to dining with them so you can verify the information.

Kids Eat Free Deals

Kids eat free at a variety of Palm Beach County restaurants.

Where can kids eat free in Palm Beach County?




Avocado Cantina –
Kids 12 and under eat for free on Mondays for dinner. Limit one free kid's meal per platos grande purchase. 



Ruby Tuesday
One free kids entrée per adult entrée purchased. Participation may vary by location.

Denny’s (participating locations)
Kids eat free deals are offered at participating Denny’s restaurants, usually on Tuesdays from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., but may vary by location. The deal is valid for 1 or 2 kids age 10 and younger with purchase of adult entrée of $6 or more. Call your nearest Denny’s to confirm the details.

Miller’s Ale House
Kids 12 and younger eat free on Tuesdays at participating restaurants with the purchase of a regular-priced adult entrée $10+. Must register for an account to use the coupon. 

Bru’s Room
Enjoy one free kid’s meal per paying adult at participating Bru’s Room restaurants in South Florida after 5 p.m. on Tuesdays. *Some restrictions apply.


TooJay’s, various locations
Through August 2019, kids (12 and under) eat free every Wednesday with the purchase of an adult entree. Limit one kid’s menu item per one paid adult entree.

Casa Mia, Jupiter
Kids will enjoy free pizza and pasta.







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