Eating out as a family can be fun! No cooking, no mess to clean up, and Mom and Dad can order whatever they want (extra mushrooms, onions, blue cheese, and hot sauce PLEASE)! On top of that, so many families are on the run these days between school, work, kids activities, volunteering, and a busy household, it’s sometimes just easier to grab a bite while you’re out. Unfortunately, restaurant eating can be hard on the pocketbook! That’s why we’ve compiled this list of restaurants in town where:
Kids Eat Free in Saskatoon
Kids eat free on weekends at Press’d! With the purchase of a regular or large adult sandwich, wrap or salad, receive one free kid’s meal for any child 12 and under.
Need a break from cooking and dishes? Take the whole family to Tony Roma’s any Tuesday! With the purchase of an adult meal, kids eat FREE!
During the months of January and February, Kids Eat FREE at Fuddruckers after 4pm from Monday to Thursday!
Warm up with some comfort food at Denny’s while you’re Kids eat FREE on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 4pm – 10pm.
Stop by Humpty’s on Fridays between 5pm and 9pm and receive a child’s meal at no cost with the purchase of one adult meal.
Tuesdays is the day to bring kids to Montana’s! They eat free all day!
Pizza Tuesday? Why not?! Kids eat free at Pizza Hut.
Wok Box is the place to stop on Sunday! Kids eat FREE all day with the purchase of an adult meal.
In January and February, Kids eat FREE at Jerry’s! Just order an adult entrée Monday thru Thursday between 4pm and 8pm and receive a FREE child’s entrée!
Well, it’s not quite free, but the third Tuesday of every month is Famoso Friends + Family Day at Lawson Heights Famoso location! This is an all-day celebration featuring 50% off all food (except pasta) and drink specials from open until close!
Happy penny-pinching! If you know of any other kids eat free deals around town, we’d love to hear about them in the comments.
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.