If you’re looking for the best deals in town, here are roughly a dozen places where kids can eat free or cheap in Gillette!

This list applies to kids 12-years-old and under with the purchase of an adult meal or entrée during regular business hours, unless otherwise noted.

Kids Eat Free!


Dickey’s Barbecue Pit – Kids eat free

The Prime Rib Restaurant & Wine Cellar – Kids eat free or get 1/2-off adult entrée


Armando’s Taco & Pasta Shop – Kids eat free from 3–7 p.m.

The Prime Rib Restaurant & Wine Cellar – Kids eat free or get 1/2-off adult entrée


Village Inn – Kids eat free


Perkins Restaurant & Bakery – Kids eat free after 4 p.m.

Ruby Tuesday – Kids eat free from 5–11 p.m.

Village Inn – Kids eat free


Applebee’s Grill + Bar – Kids eat free from 11 a.m.–11 p.m.


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Kids Eat Cheap

The following kids’ eats aren’t quite free, but they’re close enough to warrant a mention.


Humphrey’s Bar & Grill – Kids’ meals for $1.99


Buffalo Wild Wings – Kids’ meals for $1.99

Old Chicago – $2 Kids’ Night with a small make-your-own pan pizza


Pokey’s Bar and Grill – Kids’ meals for $.99 from 4–10 p.m.


Sapporo Japanese Steakhouse – Free kids’ dinner hibachi from 3-10 p.m. with adult entrée hibachi

The Main Bagel – Free drink with kids’ breakfast meal purchase; Free drink and chips with kids’ lunch meal purchase

Representatives from the restaurants included in this list were contacted for the information provided on Thursday, Aug. 15. Keep in mind, prices and availability may vary by date and location, so be sure to call ahead to ensure that your favorite local restaurant is a participating location before heading out.

If you spot an error or can think of any other Gillette restaurants that offer kids eat free or kids eat cheap deals, let us know at 82717Life.com, and we’ll update our growing online list.

Correction: In this month’s print edition “11 Eateries Where Kids Eat Free,” we mistakenly left out important information specific to restaurants where kids eat cheap daily, and misrepresented The Main Bagel’s logo. We deeply regret these errors. 

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