“The good news is ADULTS EAT FREE at Frankie & Benny’s, the bad news is you have to bring a child!”
Italian American restaurant Frankie and Benny’s has announced a special half term offer – kids don’t eat free, adults do.
That’s right, it’s a half term offer to tackle the cost of living crisis but with a twist. Instead of children eating free with every adult meal, Frankie & Benny’s wants to show a little love and reward the grown ups so have switched it round.
The special half term offer is designed to help with the cost of living crisis whilst parents have their well deserved moment with great food amidst another week of half term chaos.
How to get your Free Food
To get your meal for FREE at Frankie & Benny’s in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales all you have to do is bring a child to eat at Frankie & Benny’s. Ok, nothing’s perfect!
Frankie & Benny’s Head Of Brand, Sasha Story, said: “Unexplainable tantrums, shopping trips that consume the whole day, disturbed nights, the list goes on.
“Our lovely little dictators get their fill of the fun, so this half term, it’s your time to enjoy a perk for yourself. Get your meal for free when little diners eat with us during the half term holidays. Something for you, on us.”
The dishes adults can choose from for free include the margarita pizza, bolognese pasta, Arrabbiata Pasta, Cheeseburger and the Classic Dog (excluding Northern Ireland). The top four of these items are also available gluten free.
To get the great offer, sign up on email via the website, you will be sent a QR code which must be shown on your phone or tablet in the restaurant. The QR code can only be used once.
Guests can choose one free adult’s meal for every one child’s set menu paid for, including small eaters, big eaters and kid’s gluten-free. This offer is only redeemable for children under 11.
Scotland 17th – 21st Oct
England 24th- 28th Oct
Northern Ireland & Wales 31st Oct – 4th Nov
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Good idea but why must it be done only through a QR code which many of us can’t do?