When it comes to catering to kids, not all restaurants are the same. Some might be just a bit too chichi for the younger crowds and don’t offer a menu just for the young ones. Because of this, families always seem to end up at the same spots time and time again. A lot of Las Vegas restaurants serve up a menu especially for children. Try to break out of tradition by visiting one of these kid-friendly restaurant recommendations all over Las Vegas below.Read More
A Guide to Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Las Vegas
Where to take the kids to eat in Las Vegas
1. Kona Grill
Serving modern American cuisine, Kona Grill offers a kid’s menu with a range of choices for sophisticated young eaters, but also items that will satisfy even pickiest. The children’s menu is for ages 12 and younger and all items are under $7. Kid dishes include shrimp tempura, a California roll, chicken satay, a sushi combo as well as more traditional items like grilled cheese sandwich or chicken fingers. Each dish includes two sides and a choice of juice, milk or soda. Also at Fashion Show mall.
2. Honey Salt
Influenced by creators Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla’s son Cole, Honey Salt’s kid’s menu is kid-tested and kid-approved. Options include pasta and meatballs, a cheese quesadilla, chicken fingers, and the pizza pizza Margherita.
Las Vegas, NV 89135
Advertised as healthy fast food, Krayvings uses no microwaves, fryers or freezers. Their kid’s menu has 10 different items to choose from like the Turkey Pinwheel, made from sliced turkey, cream cheese, whole grain tortilla, served with apple slices or the Kids Turkey Burger, comprised of ground turkey on a brioche bun with lettuce, tomato, and cheese, paired with an apple.
4. Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
At Lazy Dog, there are two different menus for kids. One is for ages 8 and younger with items such as chicken tenders or noodles with a variety of sauces including alfredo, marinara or even plain for picky eaters. And the other menu, for older kids aged 12 and younger, includes dishes that let kids build their own pizza and or get chicken teriyaki with steamed rice. Each dish comes with a drink and a choice of a side such as fresh fruit, carrots, French fries or mashed potatoes. Also at Town Square.
5. Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
This restaurant offers a larger menu for kids with butter and parmesan pasta, spaghetti and meatballs, and cheese or pepperoni pizza, as well as more sophisticated dishes such as sauteed salmon and spinach, chicken schnitzel, and steak and fries.
6. Buddy V's Ristorante
Created by TLC’s Cake Boss Buddy Valastro, Buddy V’s Ristorante at the Grand Canal Shoppes cooks up classic Italian recipes like linguine and clams and spaghetti central. On the Bambino’s menu, kids can choose between meatballs, tomato soup, macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, cheese pizza, or chicken parmesan.
7. Rainforest Cafe
This tropical-themed restaurant at Harmon Corner caters to kids with a wild bunch gang of jungle animals to entertain your kids (figuratively of course) in an activity book filled with puzzles and trivia. The kid’s menu is for ages 10 and younger, offering an assortment of entrees like Jurassic chicken tidbits, the gorilla grilled cheese delight, and the python pasta. Kids can choose sides like fresh veggies, mashed potatoes, or apple sauce to complete their meal.
Kids can get an education while they’re eating at America at New York-New York. A giant map of the United States sits on the wall, while the menu features dishes from different regions of America. Put the two together and kids can learn a bit about history while looking at a map.
9. Black Bear Diner
Black Bear Diner has two kid’s cub menus, one for lil’ cubs 12 years old and younger and a big cubs menu for kids just a little bit older. Some menu selections include pancakes, waffles or egg choices for breakfast, and macaroni and cheese, mini corn dogs or chicken strips for lunch or dinner. Each lunch and dinner selection comes with your choice of French fries or apple slices. Order a cub’s meal before 11 a.m. and you’ll receive a free cub ice cream sundae.
10. Tournament of Kings Arena
As if knights and kings slaying dragons wasn’t entertaining enough for kids, the Tournament of Kings kid’s menu, for ages 12 years and younger, encourages kids to eat with their hands. The kid’s menu includes tomato soup (drink from the bowl), fried chicken tenders, French fries, ranch, and carrot sticks, and for dessert, an apple pastry.
11. Big Whiskey's American Restaraunt & Bar
Kids eat for free on Wednesdays at Big Whiskey’s American Restaurant & Bar at Town Square. A grilled cheese, corndogs, mini shrimp, and chicken fingers are just some of the options, while adults can order Nashville hot chicken sandwiches, a barbecue burger, Sriracha street tacos, and chicken ranch alfredo pasta.
12. Bok Bok Chicken
Kids eat for free on Saturdays at all three locations of Bok Bok Chicken. Dine in customers can get one free kids meal with the purchase of a regular plate.
Also Featured in: