Whether you’re celebrating a birthday over pizza pie, learning how to use chopsticks at the local sushi joint or simply avoiding doing dishes for a night, it’s great to share a family meal at a place that knows the fine art of catering to kids. Eating out is supposed to be fun, but it takes a special place to know the tricks and tips that keep hungry kids — and parents — happy until the check arrives.
Winner: Red Robin
With various locations throughout Western Washington, it’s easy to see why you chose Red Robin as your all-time favorite digs for grabbing a burger out with your kids. And really, we get it – endless fries, fun birthday songs, free balloons, oodles of gourmet burgers with all the fixin’s... We’re getting hungry just thinking about it. Overall, voters had plenty to say about this favorite family burger joint, commenting on Red Robin’s “fast and friendly service,” “great kids’ menu” and how its servers are “especially patient and tolerant” when it comes to helping your hungry (and sometimes cranky) little ones.
A Seattle favorite, Elliott Bay Brewery & Pub found plenty of praise among voters, including one parent that said, “High quality food, diverse kids' menu, welcoming to families and great food for parents!”
Geraldine’s Counter, located in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood, was noted as having a “great supportive staff, fast service” and fun “tableside distractions.”
It’s no wonder that Seattle’s Sandpoint Grill was a favorite among voters, as kids can chow down on organic seasonal dishes for free from 5-6:30 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday.
Tutta Bella, with three Seattle locations and one Issaquah location, is a go-to fave among voters because it's got dough for kids to play with, “great food and great service.”
Offering two Seattle locations, Vios Café features authentic Greek food and earns praise for its kids’ play space, “awesome food” and “incredibly family-friendly staff.”
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