Looking for a family friendly restaurant? This week, Patch reviewed in Ardmore and . Spaghetti pomodoro, mixed salads and a vegetarian panini are just some of the heart healthy offerings at this Italian restaurant. On a nice day the outside seating area is a treat. Click for the full review.
For the weekend, below are more reviews of area restaurants. Find out which have kids’ menus and which are paying the most attention to food allergies.
Stop in for a slice, some Greek specialties or loveable standards like spaghetti and chicken fingers. The menu is extensive and the doors are open late. Pizzi's is more family friendly in the earlier hours. Click for the review.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner for the whole family. Keep an eye out for the kids' country breakfast, grilled cheese and tomato soup. The eggs are local and the sausage is nitrate-free, so eat up, guilt-free. Click for the review.
There is a pretty standard kids menu here with the usual suspects—pizza, grilled cheese, chicken fingers, burgers, pastas. However, there are numerous healthy items on the regular menu, including salads and wraps. Check this place out any time of day. Click for the review.
Professional yet friendly service and a beefed up kids’ menu are part of the draw of this local hangout. The turkey platter and linguini with meatballs are a change of pace from the typical kids menu items. Click for the review.
No official kids’ menu, but plenty of kid-friendly fare. Try the lasagne or chicken fingers. Or split a salad or one of their sandwiches for your little ones. Click for the review.
A neighborhood pizza shop that also serves breakfast. Who knew? The pizza is hot and ready to eat, and there are numerous baked desserts. Stop in for an after-school snack or for a family dinner. Click for the review.
Kids will love the mashed sweet potatoes and the fried shrimp. You’ll love the abundant seafood choices for casual grab-and-go meals. Click for the review.
Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, gyros and everything else under the sun. The place may be small but the menu is huge. Stop in when you’re in the neighborhood. Click for the review.
The barbecue flavor here is generally on the sweet side. The BBQ beans are fantastic and the cornbread will please your youngsters. There are lunch and dinner specials for your family. Click for the review.