6 Tulsa Restaurants Where Kids Eat for Free
Do you want to take your kids out for a break from helping your Tulsa movers, so that they can relax for a minute and enjoy a delicious meal, but you don’t want to spend a fortune after your moving expenses? Then you are in luck, because Tulsa is brimming with delicious, inexpensive restaurants.
Not only are there a ton of restaurants to choose from, but a majority of them also offer free meals for kids. That’s right, as if you needed one more reason to get excited about your recent move to Tulsa, along comes this news! Since All My Sons Moving & Storage wants to make sure that you do not miss out on the opportunity for your kids to enjoy a delicious meal, make sure to check out this list of six Tulsa restaurants where kids eat for free.
- Luby’s. All day on Saturdays and after 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays, take your kids who are 10 and younger to Luby’s. This is one of Tulsa’s favorite diners, so chances are you will run into your new neighbors when you go to eat.
- Taco Cabana. From 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, bring your kids to Taco Cabana in order to enjoy a delicious meal – for free! Make sure to be on the lookout for a special guest as well – Chatters the Clown!
- Billy Ray’s Catfish and BBQ. One of the restaurants that offers free kids meals most often, Tulsa moving companies know that your kids will love a free meal here, any time after 5 p.m. on Tuesday through Saturday. But consider yourself warned, your kids will have a hard time choosing between the grilled cheese sandwich, barbecue sandwich, catfish filet, or the kid’s rib dinner.
- Peppers Grill. Take your children to eat free at Peppers Grill anytime on Mondays. This conveniently coincides with NFL Mondays, where the rest of the family can enjoy a number of the restaurant’s specials.
- Dilly Deli. From 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, grab one of your neighbors and head on over in order to have your kids eat for free. This deli has everything you could possibly imagine - from delicious donuts, pancakes, waffles, a variety of lunch sandwiches, and classic dinners such as pork chops and meatloaf. Be careful when ordering the donuts though, rumor has it that they are decorated so well that you will not want to eat them for fear of messing them up!
- Dickey’s Barbecue Pit. The term “Sunday Funday” just got a whole new meaning, because you can now take your kids to eat for free on Sundays at this restaurant. Serving classic barbecue, make sure to save room for one of their many desserts.