Kid-friendly restaurants in Chicago and the suburbs

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Snackville Junction

One of the original serve-by-train diners, all entrees have railroad names. A favorite entree is the CPO--a jumbo hotdog filled with cheese, wrapped...

  

South Water Kitchen

Kids can get lunch or dinner on their own TV tray for $10. Choices include white cheddar mac & cheese, chicken fingers and a grilled chicken breast,...

  

Steve's Deli

Featuring a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner along with daily specials.

  

SUSHISAMBA Rio

This hip spot on Wells street offers a fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisines. Samba sundaes come with the kids' meals and include tiny...

  

Sweet Baby Ray's

Barbecue is the specialty here and a kid's menu is tailored to smaller appetites. Kids Eat Free Tuesdays (after 5 p.m. with a paid adult meal). Visit...

  

Texas de Brazil

Another location at 5 Woodfield Shopping Center, Schaumburg, (847) 413-1600.

  

The Bad Apple

This hip restaurant in Chicago's North Center neighborhood has a lively bar scene most evenings, but with the all-fresh ingredients and the clever...

  

The Choo-Choo

An authentic 50's diner where your meal is served by rail on a model train.

  

The Lucky Monk

Enjoy burgers, pizza and home-brewed ales in a family-friendly atmosphere. Kids' menu items are $6.95, including a drink. Desserts include skillet...

  

 










 
 
 
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