A life of a Mom is always busy. Waking up and getting ready for the day, taking your kids to school, working full-time, grocery shopping, cleaning the house, taking care of the kids, and cooking are many of the perks (not really) of being a mother.

Instead of cooking dinner for your family, why not enjoy some time going out for dinner. Even though it is more costly for your wallet, but there are alternative of going to eat at some of the participating restaurants who offer the “KIDS EAT FREE” option. It will save you a few bucks and you will enjoy a day off of cooking dinner. Here is a list that I found in my research of some of the restaurant who participates in these similar promotions for kids.

1. Applebee’s

Kids Eat for Free (an adult entrée must be purchased)


2. Crabby Joes

Sunday Kids Eat Free (Kids 12 and under eat free on Sundays, with the purchase of an adult entrée.)


3. Pickle Barrel Sherway

Kids eat free every Sunday night from 3 p.m. to close when you order any entrée value of $13.99 or more.


4. Denny’s

Kids eat FREE every Tuesday and Saturday between 4 – 10PM. (For every one adult entree ordered from the general menu, up to two (2) kid’s entree’s are free. At participating locations only.)


5. Golden Griddle

Kids Eat Free (one child per adult entrée purchased with a minimum value of $8.00. 7 days/week (excl.holidays) from 3pm-8pm)


6. Montana’s

Kids Birthday club. (Children under the age of 12 will receive a free meal on their birthday.  Visit,http://www.montanas.ca/kids_sign_up.php for more details.


7. Humpty’s

Kids East Free Friday between 5pm-9pm (Children 10 and under – one child meal per adult meal valued at $6.95 or greater. Not valid with any other offer or promotion)


Just a reminder that the “KIDS EAT FREE” offer in participating restaurant chains and make sure you read the promo carefully because it will require a purchase of an adult meal and an age limit for the kids’ meal. Of course, please always verify with the restaurant that they are participating in the “kids eat free” offer before going. Overall, it is a fun and great way to treat the family of a day at a restaurant.