Kids Eat Free in June & July (Photo courtesy of Pita Jungle)

Eating on the Cheap: Kids Eat For Free at Pita Jungle


June 13, 2023
By Matt Sterner

Every Tuesday in June & July

Sometimes, according to certain folks, food tastes way better when it’s free.

This summer, Pita Jungle, located at 7090 N. Oracle Rd. # 128, is bringing back its annual Kids Eat Free promotion every Tuesday during the months of June and July.

“We’re giving parents a break in the kitchen while providing nutritious options your kids will love!”

Kids Eat Free in June & July (Photo courtesy of Pita Jungle)
Here’s How It Works

Kids can build their own meal by choosing a grain or carb, a vegetable, and a protein along with a side of seasonal fruit and a kids-sized drink. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are all available.

To snag the free meal, the parent or adult joining the kid needs to order an entrée and it’s for dine-in only (sorry, no takeout). The free meals apply to anyone who’s 12 years old and younger.

As mentioned earlier, the deal is available at participating locations (the Tucson location is pumped and ready to feed your kids) every Tuesday in June and July. The offer must be mentioned at the time of order, too, so make sure you give them a heads-up. 

Don’t Forget About Happy Hour

Also — this one is for the parents/adults — Pita Jungle has Happy Hour specials on drinks from 3 – 6 p.m. and other deals on tapas (starting at $2 each) from 3 – 5 p.m. It’s a party.

Happy Hour Tapas (Photo courtesy of Pita Jungle)

Pita Jungle is located at 7090 N. Oracle Rd. # 128. For more information, visit pitajungle.com.

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