Bugaboo Creek invites kids under 12 to come in costume on Halloween to eat for free with the purchase of adult meal. There is a limit of one free kids meal per adult meal purchase. In addition, parents will be given a treat as well -- Bugaboo Creek will give patrons a Buy 1 Entree Get 1 free coupon good for a future visit. Come in to Bugaboo Creek between 2pm and 5pm on October 31st and your child will eat for free as long as an adult buys an entree.
Children have a variety of entrees to choose from at Bugaboo Creek. Costumed kids who arrive on Halloween with an adult can eat for free and choose from standard restaurant kids fare: Chicken Fingers, Kid's Cheese Burger, Hot Digetty Dog, Baby Bobbie Burns Sirloin, Mac N Cheese, Half Rack of Ribs, Grilled Cheese, and Linguine Marinara.
Applebee’s will treat children age 12 and under, dressed in a Halloween costume, to a free kids’ meal at lunch or dinnertime on October 31. The offer comes with the purchase of an adult entrée, for dine-in service only.
The Applebee’s "Kids’ Menu” features childhood favorites like: Chicken Tenders, Mini Cheeseburgers, Hot Dogs and Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, all served with a choice of healthy steamed broccoli, celery with ranch dressing, applesauce or French fries. Whichever meal the costumed child chooses on Halloween will be at no charge when an adult purchases an entree. Check with your local Applebee's to make sure they are participating.
There are many other national restaurants who offer free kids meals with or without a costume. A great resource for this is the Kids Eat For Free website and iPhone application which a community built, grassroots effort to build the largest collection of kids eat free and discounted kids meals in the world. Find more information about Kids Eat For Free here.
Enjoy Halloween on October 31 with your kids. You will have no dishes to wash when you get them in costume and head out for a free kids meal before trick or treating.
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