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Let’s face it: feeding kids can get expensive! That’s why we love places where Kids Eat Free. Going out to eat at a restaurant with kids can be tricky. Even if you find a “kid friendly” place to eat, sometimes those friendly kids won’t eat what you’ve bought them. To help make dinnertime more pleasant, we’ve rounded up a list of places where kids eat free in Los Angeles every night of the week. Enjoy!

Where Kids Eat Free in Los Angeles

Kids Eat Free on Mondays

The Small Café  – Kids eat free with purchase of adult entree. After 5pm.

Los Toros Mexican Restaurant – Kids 10 and younger eat free – one per paying adult. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

La Serenata -Free kids’ meal deals all day on Monday with purchase of adult meal – one per paying adult.

Mariposa Grill and Cantina –  Kids eat free with purchase of adult meal. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Romano Cucina  – Children eat free every Mondays, with purchase of adult meal – one per paying adult.

Rush Street – Kids ages 12 and under eat free from 5pm to 10pm, Mondays and Sundays.

Mama’s on 39 – kids eat free on Mondays at the Newport Beach location.

Norms – Kids Eat Free on Mondays.

Kids Eat Free on Tuesdays

Ruby’s Diner  – Kids under 12 eat free during “Family Night” from 4 pm to closing.

Lemmo’s Grill  – Kids eat free on Tuesdays with purchase of an adult meal.

Denny’s – Kids eat free from 4pm-10pm – although free days and participation may vary by location. Check with your local Denny’s to be sure.

Los Toros Mexican Restaurant – Kids 10 and younger eat free – one per paying adult.

The Loft –  Kids 10 and younger eat free on Tuesdays with purchase of an adult meal – North Torrance location only.

Original Roadhouse Grill – Kids can get a free meal (with the purchase of an adult meal) AND drop their peanut shells on the floor.

Mama’s on 39 – kids eat free on Tuesdays at the Los Alamitos location.

Kids Eat Free on Wednesdays

The Small Café  – Kids eat free with purchase of adult entree. After 5pm.

Acapulco Mexican Restaurant Cantina  – Kids 12 and under eat for $1 on Wednesdays with purchase of adult meal. (Almost FREE.)

El Torito – Kids eat for $1 on Wednesdays with purchase of adult meal. (Almost FREE.)

El Segundo Fish Company  – Kids eat free, with the purchase of an adult meal.

Los Toros Mexican Restaurant – Kids 10 and younger eat free – one per paying adult.

Mariposa Grill and Cantina –  Kids eat free with purchase of adult meal. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Cafe 50s – Kids get a free meal from the “under 10″ menu, with purchase of an adult meal.

Maria’s Italian Kitchen – Kids eat free on Wednesdays with the purchase of an adult meal.

Kids Eat Free on Thursdays

Los Toros Mexican Restaurant – Kids 10 and younger eat free – one per paying adult.

Mama’s on 39 – kids eat free on Thursdays at the Huntington Beach location.

Gladstones Long Beach – Kids East free with purchase of an adult meal on Thursdays.

Kids Eat Free on Fridays

Kids Eat Free on Saturdays

Steak ‘n Shake Kids age 12 and under eat free all weekend. (1 free kids’ plate for every $9 spent.)

Mariposa Grill and Cantina –  Kids eat free with purchase of adult meal. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Kids Eat Free on Sundays

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit  – Kids under 12 eat free on Sundays from kids menu, with purchase of an adult meal. (Check participation at the location you’re visiting.)

Rush Stree – Kids ages 12 and under eat free Sundays and Mondays from 5pm to 10pm.

Steak ‘n Shake Kids age 12 and under eat free all weekend. (1 free kids’ plate for every $9 spent.)

If your restaurant offers a Kids Eat Free night and you were not listed here, please let us know in the comments.

Need a place for dinner that's good and affordable? Check out list of Los Angeles restaurants where kids eat free! #losangeles #losangelesfood

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