Where Can Kids Eat Free, What’s Going On This Month & Some Real Estate Talk!
School is getting back in session around the state of Georgia, and soon enough kids will be knee deep in all sorts of activities. We wanted to share some places around town where kids can eat free on some of those longer days where cooking isn’t on the schedule. This list below came from Atlanta Parent magazine and we thought it was great!
Alessio’s: Tuesdays with adult purchase of $10 or more. Johns Creek, Roswell and Cumming.
Buckhead Pizza: Tuesdays with purchase of an adult entrée. Ages 10 and younger. Buckheadand Cobb Galleria.
Doc Chey’s Noodle House: Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Children eat free when guests use their registered “Karma Card” (one free kid’s meal per adult entrée with beverage purchase). Grant Park location only.
El Azteca: Tuesdays from 5 p.m.-close with purchase of an adult entrée. Buckhead, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs and Milton.
Fickle Pickle: Tuesdays from 3-9 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée. Roswell.
Genki – Noodles & Sushi: Sundays with purchase of an adult entrée. Sandy Springs and Virginia Highland.
HOBNOB: Sundays through Thursdays from 5-7 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée.Atlanta, Brookhaven and Dunwoody.
Holy Taco: Tuesdays with $20 minimum purchase per table. Two kids, ages 6 and younger per table eat free. Atlanta.
Matador Cantina: Wednesdays from 5-7 p.m with purchase of an adult entrée. Oakhurst.
Mojo Pizza: Tuesdays from 4-9 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée. Oakhurst.
Paradise Grille and Paradise South of the Border: Side by side restaurants offer kids eat free all day Wednesdays with purchase of an adult entrée. Marietta.
Rico’s World Kitchen: Tuesdays from 4-8 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée. Buford.
Suburban Tap: Mondays with purchase of an adult entrée. Marietta.
Sushi Matsuya: Sundays. North Druid Hills.
Summits Wayside Tavern: Tuesdays after 5 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée. Cumming and Snellville.
Sweet Auburn BBQ: Mondays. Poncey-Highland and Atlanta.
Varner’s Tavern: Fridays. One free kid’s meal for ages 12 and younger per full-priced adult entrée. Dine-in only. Smyrna.
Wahoo! Grill: Monday-Friday from 5-6:30 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée. Decatur.
Williamson Bros. Barbeque: Monday-Thursday with purchase of a platter ($11.49 value or more) and a beverage. Canton location only.
Yeah! Burger: Mondays with purchase of an adult entrée. Virginia Highland and West Midtown.
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar: Tuesdays from 4-10 p.m. ($0.99 kids’ meals). Two kids’ meals per purchase of one adult entrée. Dine-in only. 36 Atlanta locations, call ahead to check participation.
Barberitos: Buckhead, Buford and Sandy Springs: Wednesdays after 4 p.m. and Sundays, all day with purchase of an adult entrée.
Denny’s: Call ahead to check participation. Valid at participating restaurants for up to two free kid’s entrees from the kid’s menu per one adult entrée purchase of $6 or more. One per child. Dine-in only.
Flying Biscuit: Candler Park and Midtown: Monday-Friday from 4-8 p.m. Brookhaven, Peachtree City and Terminus: Monday-Friday, all day. Howell Mill: Monday-Thursday, all day with purchase of an adult entrée. Dine-in only.
Fresh To Order: Kids eat for 99 cents with purchase of an adult entrée weekdays after 4 p.m., and all day on weekends (exceptions: CNN and airport locations).
Golden Corral: Call your local Golden Corral (there are over a dozen in the Atlanta area) to check on the policy.
IHOP: Every day 4-10 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée.
Miller’s Ale House: Tuesdays with purchase of an adult entrée. Alpharetta.
Moe’s Original Barbeque: Midtown: Tuesdays after 5 p.m. with purchase of an adult entrée.
O’Charley’s: Every day with purchase of an adult entrée.
Qdoba: Wednesdays at participating locations.
Ruby Tuesday: Tuesdays from 5 p.m.-close with purchase of an adult entrée.
Steak ‘n Shake: Saturdays and Sundays with printed website coupon. One kids’ plate for ages 12 and younger with every $9 spent. Does not include drinks or shakes.
“Let’s Talk Shop”
While we want to make sure we keep this blog useful and interesting for people who may not have any interest in buying or selling real estate, we also think it’s important to share some knowledge here and there for those that ARE in the market. This month we want to point out the main reasons it’s important to always use a Buyer’s Agent when buying a home. Here are some of the things we handle as a Buyer’s Agent:
- Arrange a free, no-obligation pre-qualification meeting for you with one of our preferred lenders to find out exactly how much you qualify to borrow.
- Help you to narrow your search by identifying what is most important to you in a home or real estate investment.
- Set up automated searches so that you will be notified right away when a new home meeting your criteria comes on the market.
- Make appointments to show homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service, new homes that are still builder owned and may not be advertised on the internet, and any homes that are For Sale By Owner that meet your criteria.
- Arrange for meetings with custom builders if appropriate.
- Research any neighborhood associations, well permits or other questions you may have before choosing to write an offer.
- Provide information on the dangers of radon, asbestos, defective building products, lead-based paint and meth, where applicable.
- Provide you with Home Warranty Information.
- Write an offer on the property of your choice, after researching the value of comparable properties recently sold in the area, and keeping in mind the visible condition of the home compared to those in the neighborhood to get you the best possible price and terms.
- Recommend quality title companies, home inspectors, and any other specialists needed to
vet the home for any latent defects
- Clearly negotiate the details of any repairs.
- Review closing documents prior to closing, if available, and attend closing with you.
- Continue to be your real estate resource long after you buy the property.
And the best part? Buyers do not pay us a commission! Listing agents get paid a commission by their seller clients and they split that commission with the agent of the buyer! So it’s really a no-brainer when deciding to use a Buyer’s Agent or not!
THINGS TO DO AROUND TOWN THIS MONTH
- Starting August 2nd: Free Concerts in Sandy Springs
- August 10th: Decatur, BBQ, Blues, and Bluegrass Festival
- August 15th: Alive in Roswell
- August 17th: Piedmont Park Arts Festival
- August 19th: Wine Tasting at the Aquarium
- August 24th: Grand Park Summer Shade Festival
- August 30th: Taste of Soul Atlanta: Food and Music Festival
- August 30th-September 1st: Hot Air Balloon Festival