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10 Great ATL Kids Menus for Your Little Ones

We all love our children, but let’s be honest – during the weeknights and weekends, parents are just trying to survive the screaming, homework, and stress of the gig. Luckily, Atlanta is full of restaurants catering to the kiddos. We’ve put together a list of places where you can keep your kids happy, satisfied, and distracted enough so you can look at your phone for 5 minutes or whatever else it is you do to find inner peace.

Glitter Pizza from Ammazza.

591 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
(404) 835-2298
Already one of the city’s best pizza experiences (and healthy too – they make incredible vegan pies), Ammazza also makes something special for the kiddos. They do a Vegan Glitter Pizza – basically a vegan cheese pizza (don’t worry, they won’t know the difference) with EDIBLE GLITTER. It’s a must-try from the toddlers to the pre-teens.

The hibachi at Nakato.

1776 Cheshire Bridge Road, NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
(404) 873-6582
Kids love Hibachi. Between the theatrics and delicious Asian cooking, dinner becomes a show all of a sudden. And let’s be honest, we all become kids when the chef creates a little volcano out of onions and throws a shrimp tail in his hat. At Nakato, they’ve been doing this for decades, making families in the Buckhead and North Atlanta smiling nightly. They make kids sized versions of their hibachi shrimp and petite filet mignon, but if you’re just there for the sushi, there’s a Teriyaki Chicken and steak options for the kiddos, too.

Cannolis from Amalfi Cucina and Mercato.

Amalfi Cucina
3242 Peachtree Rd, NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
17 Andrew Young International Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30303
(678) 973-0903
With locations in Midtown and Buckhead, Amalfi makes mouthwatering, oven baked, Neapolitan pizzas, pastas, and more. The Buckhead location is recently opened and features and Italian market with goods you can’t find at your local Publix or Kroger. For the kiddos, they make a special cannoli with chocolate chips and an orange candy, along with cheese ravioli, chicken Alfredo and more.

Milkshakes from Lucky's Burger and Brew.

305 Brookhaven Ave, Atlanta, GA 30319
1144 Alpharetta Street, Roswell, GA 30075
68 North Marietta Parkway, NW, Marietta, GA 30060
(678) 705-1713
This neighborhood pub in Brookhaven, Roswell and Marietta is great for gameday with multiple TV’s, outdoor spaces and a dog friendly environment. It’s kid friendly, too! They’ve got delicious Corn Dogs, kids sized milkshakes, burgers, tenders, grilled cheese and more. The next time you’re doing a Saturday football get together with families, book some seats at Lucky’s.

Mac and Cheese from Hobnob.

804 Town Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30319
1221 Ashford Crossing, Atlanta, GA 30346
6690 Town Square, Alpharetta, GA 30005
245 18th Street, Atlanta, GA 30363
(404) 464-8971
Hobnob is known for being a great neighborhood pub in Brookhaven, Alpharetta and Atlantic Station, and that goes for the kids, too! They have amazing options from microbreweries that are geared towards your children, including an Abita Cream soda, Red Hare’s Sparkling Grapefruit Soda, and Red Hare’s Root Beer. They also have great standards your kids will love, like chicken tenders, Mac and cheese, burgers and more. If you’re dining on a budget, you can’t do much better – kids eat free Sunday – Thursday, 5-7p.

Waffles from Folk Art.

Folk Art
465 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307
174 W Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 373-9943
Everyone loves Folk Art for their creative approach to breakfast standards, and they do the same for children, only kid sized. Their kids breakfast in particular is a great Saturday fill-up – one egg your way with grits and your choice of protein. They also do Fried Shrimp and a 100% Beef Hot Dog for the little ones who may want lunch instead of breakfast.

A child enjoying French Toast at R. Thomas.

R. Thomas
1812 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 881-0246
A classic Atlanta spot on Peachtree Road known for delicious breakfasts that don’t come from a chain with yellow and black or blue and red signage. The highlight for kids is the kids style French toast – it’s served with banana and powdered sugar. They also have simple options that your kids will love when you’re just not feeling up for cooking dinner, including a small dish of pasta, 1/2 burger, PBJ and more.

An "Evil" Chocolate Chip cookie from Muss and Turners.

Muss and Turner’s
1675 Cumberland Pkwy SE Suite 309, Smyrna, GA 30080
(770) 434-1114
This Smyrna spot is a favorite for folks in Northeast Atlanta, but for the kids they’re the best Cocktail bar in the city! They specialize in kiddie cocktails, including their Vanilla Coke-tail (vanilla turbinado, cream and Mexican Coca-Cola), the Tirley Semple (housemate pomegranate grenadine and Mexican Sprite), and the Orange Cream-Cycle (lemon, lime, cream, orange blossom water and soda). They also have great sandwich options for the kiddos too, between their Lil’ Clucker Chicken Sandwich, Lil’ Swifty Pulled Pork Sandwich, Old Faithful Grilled Cheese, and Cal-Boy Burger. Of course, a place this perfect for kids has to serve everything with a mini “Evil” Chocolate Chip Cookie.

Chicken Pakora from Chai Pani in Decatur.

Chai Pani
406 W Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 378-4030
Decatur’s Indian street food restaurant has been introducing East side residents to the cuisine for years – so it only makes sense that they’re doing the same for kids in the area. Between Chicken Pakora (fried chicken), Kids Cheese Paratha (an Indian grilled cheese sandwich) the Kids Khichadi (Indian rice and beans), and Kids Cheese Uttapam (Indian cheese flatbread), there’s plenty of new stuff to try that will feel familiar. They also have Carrot and Cucumber Sticks and Sweet Potato for the healthier kiddos.

Salchipapas from The Freakin' Incan.

Freakin Incan
4651 Woodstock Rd Suite 305, Roswell, GA 30075
(678) 587-5301
A Roswell Pan-Latin restaurant with great options across the board – Freakin’ Incan has everything from Ceviches to Empanadas to Peruvian Style Rotisserie Chicken. It’s a great introduction to South American street food when it comes to the little ones, particularly one dish that sounds like it was made by a kid – the Salchipapas. They’re sliced hot dog bites grilled and served on top of French fries. Also available – arroz con pollo and Chicharrones de Pollo (Fried Chicken Wings Peruvian style).

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