Kids now eat free every Thursday at Nebraska Mini-Mart in Seminole Heights

"In addition to a free meal, there’s tons of outdoor activities and games to tire them out before bedtime."

Photo via Nebraska Mini Mart/Facebook
It seems restaurants in Seminole Heights are finally figuring out that kids, and their beer-buying parents, are actually good for business.

Nebraska Mini-Mart, owned by the Proper House Group (Rooster & the Till, Dang Dude, and Gallito), is now offering a free meal to children 12 and under every Thursday, with an adult purchase of equal or greater value.

The offer is also only good for dine-in purchases.

"In addition to a free meal, there’s tons of outdoor activities and games to tire them out before bedtime," said the restaurant in a recent Facebook post.

It's true, there are tons of kid-friendly bar-tivities at the Mini-Mart, which is located at 4815 N Nebraska Ave, just don't let 'em walk on the shuffleboard courts.

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Colin Wolf has been working with weekly newspapers since 2007 and has been the Digital Editor for Creative Loafing Tampa since 2019. He is also the Director of Digital Content Strategy for CL's parent company, Euclid Media Group.
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