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Lime Fresh Mexican Grill Introduces Family Night: Kids Eat Free

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Lime Fresh Mexican Grill is making it a little easier for families to enjoy a meal without breaking the bank.

Starting Tuesday, February 28, Lime will introduce Family Night to all of its Florida locations.
Every Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m., kids under 6 can eat for free from the Lil' Jumping Beans menu with the purchase of one adult entrée. Tykes can choose either a kid-sized taco, burrito, or quesadilla.

Parents will be able to enjoy a beer or wine-based margarita in relative

peace and quiet while junior is entertained by magicians, face

painters, and other activities for the pint-sized set.

The Lil'

Jumping Beans menu is available daily for kids 10 and under, with prices

ranging from $2.50 to $3.50 for a meal that includes tortilla chips. 

There

are several Lime locations in Broward, including the newest location

in Fort Lauderdale, located at 1535 N. Federal Highway at Plaza Del Mar.


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