Kids Eat Free at TooJay’s This Summer In Vero Beach

Vero Beach TooJay's announced Kids Eat Free every Wednesday until August 30.
Vero Beach TooJay's announced Kids Eat Free every Wednesday until August 30.

VERO BEACH – The Vero Beach TooJay’s announced that kids can eat free this summer with the purchase of one adult entrée every Wednesday now through August 30.

TooJay’s, the Vero Beach restaurant known for its generous servings of homemade, New York deli favorites says children age 12 and under must order from the Kids Menu which features popular breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

A few of the breakfast favorites include French toast, half of a Belgian waffle and bacon strips. Lunch and dinner favorites include the Hamburger, Jr. Tuna Melt, Chicken Salad Chop Chop, Mac & Cheese, and more.

All lunch and dinner meals come with a famous TooJay’s mini black & white cookie and a choice of two sides from the wide selection of healthy carrot sticks with Ranch dressing, Mandarin oranges, chocolate pudding, red grapes, french fries and apple sauce.

This special offer does not include beverages and cannot be combined with any other offers.

Founded in 1981, TooJay’s has grown to 27 restaurants throughout Florida and currently serves guests in Vero Beach, Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area, The Villages, the Space Coast and Polk County.

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