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KIDS EAT FREE: Frisch’s offers no-cost children’s meals with adult purchase 4 days a week

Frisch’s Big Boy announced Tuesday it is offering a “Free Kids Meals” promotion Monday through Thursday for a limited time.

“Here’s an opportunity for families to take a break from home-schooling and reward one another by creating new memories with Frisch’s Big Boy,” officials with the Cincinnati-based restaurant chain said in a release. “For a very limited time, guests will enjoy one free Kids Meal (for children 12 and under) with every adult purchase of $6.98 or more, Monday through Thursday only. Please order your free Kids Meal while placing your order by phone or drive-thru only.”

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Frisch’s also has a gift-card promotion that offers a $5 coupon for every $25 in Frisch's Big Boy Gift Cards purchased. Through May 31, 2020, customers who buy $25 in gift cards will receive a $5 Frisch's Big Boy coupon for use between June 1 and Aug. 1, 2020. The offer is available by drive-through and carryout only. 

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Frisch’s also has introduced a new sandwich: The California Big Boy. Available “from sunrise to sunset,” it consists of a quarter-pound of beef patties with provolone cheese, pickle, leaf lettuce, red onion, tartar sauce, tomato, smashed avocado and crispy bacon. It is available for carryout, drive-through or delivery. 

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The restaurant chain lists 19 restaurants in the Dayton-Springfield area that remain open for carryout, delivery or drive-through during the coronavirus pandemic.

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