Kids now eat for free at Ybor City 'Bar Rescue' restaurant The Loft

The restaurant FKA 'Cearalholic' was recently featured on the popular show 'Bar Rescue.'

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The Loft Ybor City / Facebook
Perhaps the kiddos would rather dig their teeth into this restaurant’s former cereal-infused offerings, but that doesn’t mean they won’t enjoy The Loft’s new and improved menu.

During all operating hours–including dinner on Fridays and breakfast and lunch on the weekends—kids under the age of 12 can eat for free at  Ybor City's The Loft. All children must be accompanied by a paying adult in order to eat for free.

Its Friday dinner menu consists of Jon Taffer-approved dishes like a Cuban panini, steak sandwich, BBQ pulled pork nachos and hot chicken and waffles, while its weekend brunch offerings include build-your-own omelets and burritos, pancake platters and biscuits and gravy.

The Loft doesn’t have a specific children’s menu, but some kiddo-friendly options include entrees like its cheeseburger, breakfast sandwich—which are offered any time of the day—grilled cheese dips and of course, chicken tendies.

Its full menu can be found via @TheLoftYborCity on Facebook.

And while you wait for your food to come out, families are welcome to play any the restaurant's available board games—a playful aspect that survived its recent “Bar Rescue” makeover.

And for their parents, The Loft’s full-service bar is open during all hours of operation and is chock full of craft cocktails, local brews and wines.

Ybor City’s The Loft is now open on Fridays from 4:30 p.m.-1 a.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., and Sundays from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.. It's closed Monday through Thursday.

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