Dinner Out With The Kids: Tips And Free Printables To Keep Them Busy

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Going out to dinner with my family is not just something we do as a special treat but it’s also great to have the convenience of eating out and not having to worry about cooking and cleaning up afterwards.  When we go out we like to pick a place where everyone, from the adults to the kids, will have a great time and where there is something that everyone will love.  

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We recently visited Buffalo Wings & Rings for the first time and we where pleasantly surprised with how much fun everyone had at the restaurant. We loved their new menu, there are huge TV screens everywhere so that we can enjoy watching our favorite games as a family.  We really liked that there are also tablets for the kids to play games while they wait for their meal so that they are entertained  and are not running around while the food arrives.

Buffalo Wings & RingsEvery Buffalo Wings and Rings serves fresh food, not frozen, and has a chef on staff in the kitchen to assure quality and we all loved the food we ordered and really liked the great variety and the creative offerings in the menu. Additionally Buffalo Wings & Rings has great kids menu with healthy sides for the kids, not just fries.  My kids ordered broccoli and apple slices as sides instead of fries.

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While there are certainly lots of basketball and hockey games on right now, an exciting baseball season is beginning and to celebrate, Buffalo Wings and Rings has developed a brand new menu themed around baseball which has lots of great options inspired on ballpark favorites. The new menu which is available for a limited time includes nine new all-star offerings, including specialty hot dogs and boneless wings.

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We ordered the Jack’d Up Wing AKA “THE BOSS”: boneless wings in sweet Thai chili and sea salt topped with applewood-smoked bacon crumbles, black sesame seeds and scallion on a bed of caramel corn.  I have to say these might have just become my new favorite wings, and I am a huge “wings” fan: they really knocked it out of the park with this dish!

IMG_0933Additionally when you order from the new menu you get a Streak Loyalty Card and after trying all nine limited-time menu items you receive a free item from the “Starters & Closers” section which includes Battered-up Funnel Stixx  and Ballpark Pretzel Bites.

Going Out To Dinner With Busy Kids: Tips To Make It Fun For Everyone

We go out to eat a lot, specially when we are traveling and sometimes eating out can be challenging when you have kids who can’t stay still like ours.  That is we have come up with some tips for families so they can be able to enjoy going out to eat with the little ones:

  1. Find a no fuss restaurant that is child friendly like Buffalo Wings & Rings. It really helps that they also have lots of TVs where we can all watch a game together so kids are entertained while they are waiting for their meal.
  2. Make sure that the restaurant has a good variety of options for kids so that they are happy with what they are eating.
  3. Try to sit outdoors if possible. We find that sitting outside means more space for the kids and if they need to get up and wonder around a bit before the meal.
  4. Bring something for the kids to do so they are entertained.  You can bring some coloring pages or a busy bag.  You can also download this fun activity page that I have created HERE.

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Following these easy steps will ensure everyone has a fun and no fuss dinner out enjoying the games together while having a great meal! We had so much fun dining and watching sports with our family at Buffalo Wings & Rings. What do you like to eat when you are watching a big game? 

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