Best Kids Eat Free Deals In Atlanta

January 12, 2011 12:00 AM
Best Kids Eat Free Deals In Atlanta
" Raising kids is very expensive. It’s a good thing though that some restaurateurs understand that, and recognize it can be good business to offer a deal. Our list of the best kids eat free deals in Atlanta includes the Fickle Pickle, Wildfire, and Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint.

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The Fickle Pickle

1085 Canton St Roswell, GA 30075 770.650.9838

We’re fans of the Fickle Pickle’s fresh, down home sandwiches that borrow from Southern classics. You can’t go wrong with one of their five different variations on Mac ‘N Cheese. Of course, you’ll try one of their namesake pickles. Sample one of their delicious cookies. Kids under 12 eat free Tuesday nights.

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Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint

3027 N Druid Hills Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30329 404.929.6700

A relative newcomer to the Atlanta scene (opening in 2008), Maddio’s quickly established its footprint as a custom pizza shop, and we all know that kids love pizza. Choose from one of their three different kinds of dough, seven sauces, eight cheeses, and more than 30 other toppings. Phew! That’s a lot of choices, but the result is you get the pizza you want. On Saturday’s, purchase an adult meal and kids eat free. They also frequently run programs to keep the kids occupied during the weekends, like an art camp, so they can keep occupied while parents enjoy their ‘za. "

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