20 fun things to do with kids in Atlanta

1. Eat for free every day of the week

Where can kids eat free Atlanta
Photograph by Ryan Hayslip; Illustrations by Hsinping Pan

The critic
We sent Miles, 7, to serve up his review.

Wahoo! Grill
Order Grilled shrimp with fries
Fine Print 12 and under; 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Verdict “The shrimp would be better with just butter. I don’t like the brown stuff [mom translation: grill marks]. Next time I want fish.” 1042 West College Avenue, Decatur

Order Fried chicken, mac and cheese
Fine Print 12 and under; one free kids meal per adult, $5 per additional child
Verdict “I like the music they’re playing; it’s like rodeo music. The chicken was super crispy.” 129 Church Street, Decatur

Ray’s Rio Bravo
Order Tacos
Fine Print 12 and under
Verdict “The salsa is good because it’s not too hot. I’m happy that they have flour bread—I mean, flour tortillas—instead of the crunchy ones.” 6450 Powers Ferry Road

Flying Biscuit Cafe
Order French toast
Fine Print 4 to 8 p.m.
Verdict “We’re having breakfast—at dinner! I like the sauce that came with the biscuit; it tastes like a [Starbucks vanilla] steamer.” 1655 McLendon Avenue

Radial Cafe
Order Chocolate chip pancakes
Fine Print 10 and under; one free kids meal per adult purchase
Verdict “The music here is better than at the Flying Biscuit. The pancakes need more chocolate chips, though.” 1530 DeKalb Avenue

Tin Drum Asiacafe
Order Teriyaki stir-fry with crispy chicken
Fine Print 10 and under
Verdict “I don’t like the carrots that are in there. Next time I’d try the sesame stir-fry because I really like sesame sticks more than carrots.”10800 Alpharetta Highway, Roswell, 770-641-5082

Genki Noodles and Sushi
Order Tempura fried shrimp
Fine Print 12 and under; kids eat free with an adult entree purchase
Verdict “The tempura shrimp was yummy! The dipping sauce is really good. Plus they have two fish tanks; I like fish.” Multiple locations