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Kids Eat Free (or really cheap) in popular Myrtle Beach restaurants

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April 13, 2015

Money is on everyone’s mind, especially when you’re on vacation. With a little research you can hit up some Myrtle Beach eateries on the cheap! Here’s a list of Grand Strand restaurants that take a little of the sting off your tab by offering free — or really cheap — meals for the little ones.

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Beef ‘o’ Brady’s

Beef ‘o’ Brady’s

Beef O Brady's serves up traditional bar fare, including burgers, wings and salads. The kids menu includes grilled cheese, chicken taco, nuggets, mac & cheese and hot dogs. Kids eat free from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday evenings with a paying adult. A tableside magician also performs and creates balloon animals!



A favorite among locals and visitors, Burky's serves some of the best burgers and dogs on the beach with the flair of a 1950s diner. The prices are reasonable, and the food is made fresh and fast. Kids receive a free scoop of ice cream with the purchase of a kids meal.

La Festa Italian

9911 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
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Kids eat free every Sunday at La Festa Italian in Myrtle Beach. Kids entree selections include spaghetti and meatballs, pizza, fusilli with cheese sauce and more. Some conditions apply.

Moe’s Southwest Grill

Moe’s Southwest Grill

Moe's is famous for shouting a greeting when customers enter the restaurant and their giant fresh-made burritos. The menu is full of tasty Southwest fare, including tacos, nachos and salads made to order. Kids eat free Tuesdays with the purchase of an adult meal.


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