O’Charley’s Restaurant + Bar, a restaurant with locations across 20 states, announced it has brought back its popular Kids Eat Free offer at participating restaurants. Originally introduced in August for the back-to-school timeframe, O’Charley’s will now offer families this great value all day, every day. Families can enjoy an affordable meal together since kids 10 and under will receive one free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée (dine-in only at participating restaurants).
“We introduced Kids Eat Free this summer to bring families together over a good meal. And our guests loved it! So we decided to continue the Kids Eat Free offer to give families more reason to reconnect around the table,” says Eddie Hall, president of O’Charley’s. “We are thrilled to have guests visit our restaurants to enjoy Kids Eat Free as well as try our new items which deliver fresh, handcrafted food at an affordable price.”
The O’Charley’s Kids Menu offers a variety of choices from more traditional dinner items like the Kid’s Burger or Cheese Pizza to more unique options like Mini Corn Dogs and Bite-Size Shrimp.
Timed with the continuation of the Kids Eat Free offer, O’Charley’s has recently introduced an updated menu with over 20 new dishes inspired by classic American-style fare, seasoned with a southern accent that pays homage to the brand’s Nashville roots. The new menu will emphasize the quality of O’Charley’s meals and focuses on high quality center-of-the-plate proteins like: fresh, never frozen steaks and Famous Chicken Tenders; and flown in fresh Salmon.
Guests can also enjoy day of the week specials like all-you-can-eat fresh, hand-breaded chicken tenders on every Tuesday and all-you-can-eat catfish on every Thursday.
Longtime guests of the restaurant will be happy to know that favorites including the slow-roasted prime rib (now available all day, every day), unsliceably soft rolls, Famous Chicken Tenders and of course Free Pie Wednesdays are still staples on the menu. Additionally, O’Charley’s has recently added online ordering for To-Go meals.
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