February 2012 Issue

Kids’ Meals: Work in Fruits and Veggies

If you have little ones in your family, or at least ever eat out with them, you’re familiar with the coloring book menu most sit-down restaurants offer, or the fun bags and boxes fast food eateries provide. You also may have noticed that in many restaurants the kids’ options are limited to fried chicken fingers, hot dogs, burgers, and mac & cheese. Not that there is anything wrong with those items once in awhile, but the best scenario is kids’ meals that recognize their palates are expanding beyond those basic four. Fortunately, quite a few restaurants have become more creative in meal offerings for their youngest patrons.

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