Industry News | December 7, 2017

Kids Eat Free Mondays at Cowboy Chicken

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Cowboy Chicken is already beloved for its wood-fired chicken and handmade side dishes. Now, the Dallas-based fast casual restaurant chain is gaining popularity for another reason: kids eat free on Monday nights. Every Monday from 4 p.m. to close, children 10 and under receive one free kids’ meal with the purchase of a regular adult entrée at all Cowboy Chicken locations.

“We know how tough it can be finding a choice of restaurant that satisfies the entire family and doesn’t strain the family budget,” said Sean Kennedy, Cowboy Chicken’s president and CEO. “We’re extremely pleased to be able to offer parents a discounted dining option that still provides great taste and authentic ingredients.”

Cowboy Chicken’s kids’ menu meals include the following:

  • The Cowpoke: Choice of two drumsticks or a half breast, served with one side and a roll
  • PB&J: Choice of one side
  • Veggie plate: choice of two sides and a roll

Kids’ menu meals are served with milk or juice. Sides include apples, carrots, chips or one of Cowboy Chicken’s popular Wild West sides. This offer is dine-in only and cannot be used with any other discounts or coupons.

For more than 30 years, Cowboy Chicken has been serving all-natural, hormone-free rotisserie chickens that are hand seasoned in store, marinated for 24 hours and then slowly roasted for two hours over a real wood-burning fire. Other dishes include signature sour cream tomatillo chicken enchiladas, abundant scratch-made sides such as Twice Baked Potaters, Baked Mac & Cheese, Ranchero Beans and seasonal cobblers baked in-house daily.

Cowboy Chicken’s hearty and healthy dishes are available during lunch and dinner for dine-in, take out, catering and delivery. On-the-go diners can order on the Cowboy Chicken app, available through the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, which allows guests to order ahead, pay with their phone at checkout and earn rewards.

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