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Free and Delicious Fine Dining for Kids

If you Google Search “Kids-Eat Free Restaurants,” several spots pop up, like the Golden Corral, Applebee’s, and other large chains. But where do you go for a special celebration like graduation, a job promotion, or honor roll? Well, here are delicious eateries that are perfect for a nice dinner out. From mouth-watering steakhouses to gourmet American and Mexican spots, here is the best list for free or discounted child platters.

Texas de Brazil
Purchased with a full-price meal:
Birth-2: Complimentary
3-5: $5
6-12: Half Priced

“Savor traditional Brazilian churrasco cooking served with the generous spirit and hospitality that Texas is known for…They slow-roast meats over open flames and present an impressive display of seasonal greens, vegetable dishes, and regional delicacies.”- Texas de Brazil

From the beautiful presentation of each dish to the delicious platters to choose from, dinner at Texas de Brazil will be a night to remember. Several different kinds of meat are offered, like Garlic Picanha, Filet Mignon Wrapped in Bacon, and Parmesan Drumettes. Texas de Brazil is a chain with only one location in Denver. 8390 Northfield Blvd. Ste 1800, Denver.

The Bindery Denver
Purchase of an adult entree:
Birth-10: Eats Free

“The Bindery moves to strike a balance in our modern lives by providing artisanal foods, handcrafted and nurtured with great care, and a dining experience grounded in a tradition that is both playfully inventive and decisively chic.”- The Bindery Denver

This delicious spot serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as sweet desserts and coffee. The dinner menu has several flavorful courses, like Carrot Mezzaluna, which is served with mascarpone, raspadura, and black sesame cumin salt. There are nonpasta options like the Roasted Pasture Lemon Half Chicken, which is Israeli cous cous, sultanos, red onion, almond, harissa, and frizzled lemon. 1817 Central St., Denver.

Tavern Hospitality Group
Purchased with an entree:
Birth-12: Eat Free

“Each Tavern uniquely takes on the flavor and personality of the neighborhood in which it resides…Vital to the success of the brand is the high standards upheld for the fresh food and friendly service provided to guests.”- Tavern Hospitality Group

The Tavern is a Denver-based family-owned operation that has several locations. From Pan Roasted Salmon served with spicy sweet potatoes, sautéed spinach, and whole grain mustard orange glaze to Beer-Battered Fish and Chips that are plated with Tavern fries, cocktail sauce, tartar sauce, and coleslaw, there are several savory dishes to choose from. Locations: Uptown, Lowry, Tech Center, Littleton.

Texas Roadhouse
Tuesdays, Birth-12: eat free

“Texas Roadhouse was founded upon providing fresh, quality food for a value, which is why we make our food from scratch, even the bacon bits, croutons, and dressings…Legendary Food, Legendary Service starts with taking no shortcuts. We take great pride in every plate we serve, every time.” – Texas Roadhouse

The tasty steakhouse starts every meal off with a basket of bread with honey cinnamon butter (the hardest part is saving room for the entrees). Texas Roadhouse offers several delicious starters, entrees, and desserts, along with beautifully mixed cocktails. Several locations.

Family must be seated before 6 p.m.
Birth-10: eat free

“Spanish for Acorn, Bellota taps into a shared culture and heritage to bring a menu of lively regional Mexican dishes deeply rooted in tradition and steeped in custom. Our a-la-carte menu features family-style dishes, regionally inspired tacos, a half-dozen house-made salsas and numerous offerings that take advantage of the wood-fired oven.”- Bellota

The Boulder location has several delicious offerings like the Taco Flight, which includes seven tacos served with carrots and jicama, as well as the Mushroom Al Pastor made with king trumpet mushrooms, pineapple, salsa morita, and other fresh ingredients. 3350 Brighton Blvd, Ste. 150, Denver. – 4580 Broadway D1, Boulder.

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