Did You Know Kids Can Eat Free at Moe’s on Sundays?

The exterior of a Moe's restaurant.
Moe’s Southwest Grill

Everyone loves free food—even if it’s just for the kids. If your crew loves burritos, you’re gonna want to hit your local Moe’s Southwest Grill on Sundays.

Moe’s specializes in southwestern-style burritos, quesadillas, and other Tex-Mex faves. Currently, the chain is offering free meals off its children’s menu to kids 12 and under on Sundays. The offer started April 18, and while the brand hasn’t announced the duration of the promotion, it appears to be long-term. It’s easy to take advantage of, too.

In addition to bringing your 12-year-old (or younger) child, you’ll also have to purchase an adult meal that costs $6 or more. What an imposition! Yes, you’ll have to eat dinner, too. You’ll also have to go to your local restaurant in person to snag this deal (it’s not available via delivery).

Your kiddo can choose a taco, quesadilla, or burrito meal, all of which come with chips, salsa, a cookie, and a drink.

So, if you’re looking for an easy Sunday night dinner for your family, Moe’s will help you out.

Need help getting your kids’ meals sorted for the rest of the week? Check out these lunch-packing tips.

[Via Delish]

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