10 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Prospect Heights
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307 Flatbush Ave.
Kids will love the food (expect all the standard Tex-Mex fare) and the festive, boisterous atmosphere at this family favorite, and parents will love that their noisy toddler isn’t disrupting anyone’s meal. It’s also a very popular place to throw a birthday party.
267 Flatbush Ave.
This spacious spot has the most scrumptious barbeque and plenty of dishes to keep the kids happy including mac n’ cheese, corn, and my daughters favorite, brownie in a cup. There’s rarely a wait, plenty of roomy booths to choose from, and lots of outdoor seating as well.
594 Vanderbilt Avenue
This small chain (one of 3 locations in Brooklyn), serves up tasty-and kid-friendly- Middle-Eastern food. The leafy, spacious garden is the real draw here, offering some welcome outdoor space for wriggly toddlers to move around while their parents finish up their dinner.
554 Vanderbilt Ave. # 1
The large wood-fired pizza oven is the focal point of this cozy family-run pizzeria. With super friendly staff and the perennial kid-favorite pizza on the menu, you can’t go wrong. This is our go-to spot for Sunday family dinners.
755 Dean Street
Enjoy the casual, local vibe at this popular (but not crowded) neighborhood spot. Lots of families head here for the brunch, which has a decidedly southern feel including dishes like gumbo, shrimp and grits, and crawfish omelets. There’s also a sing-along every weekday morning featuring local kids entertainers and lunch specials.
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