Given many communities across the country are simultaneously managing COVID-19-related distance learning programs for children and continued work-from-home mandates for adults—parents can look to California Pizza Kitchen to help alleviate the juggling act a bit, by making lunchtime not only delicious but super easy, for the whole family. Available starting today through mid-October, CPK’s new back-to-school lunch specials are as follows:
Delivery: For those who want tasty food without leaving the comfort of home, CPK now offers “Lunch Box” delivery options from CPK.com, DoorDash, UberEats, or Postmates:
Available Monday through Friday, this special offering includes one (1) adult entrée and one (1) CPKids entrée. Adults can choose from one (1) Full Salad or one (1) Pizza (The Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza, Margherita Pizza, Full BBQ Chicken Chopped Salad, Full Caesar Salad, or Full Roasted Veggie Salad) and kids can choose between one (1) CPKids size Pepperoni or Cheese Pizza or Curly Mac ‘n’ Cheese – all for $20 or less.**
Dine-In Lunch Visit: For families looking to take a break from school lessons and at-home work fatigue by having lunch in-restaurant at CPK, kids can dine-in for just $3:
Little ones can choose between a CPKids size pizza (Cheese or Pepperoni) or the Curly Mac ‘n’ Cheese for just $3 with the purchase of an adult entrée (any Salad including Power Bowls, Pizza, Pasta, Main Plates, and Lunch Duos) on weekdays between 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Walk-In Take-Out: No time to sit down and dine-in? CPK still has you covered. The same offer as a dine-in lunch visit applies when you walk-in for grab-and-go takeout.
Dine-In Dinner Visit: One stop, two meals. Pick up your $3 CPKids lunch while dining for dinner and make lunch tomorrow, easy:
Families can bring home a CPKids size Take & Bake Pizza (Cheese or Pepperoni) or the Curly Mac ‘n’ Cheese for just $3 with the purchase of any adult dinner entrée (any Salad including Power Bowls, Pizza, Pasta, and Main Plates).
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