Nothing works up an appetite quite like swimming. Are your kids always hungry at the end of their lessons? Never fear! Here’s are some of the best kid-friendly restaurants in Louisville to go to after swim class.
W.W. Cousins is a great choice for families, especially on Monday and Tuesday evenings, when you can get a free meal for a child under 12 with the purchase of an adult entrée. Kids can choose from a burger, hot dog, chicken sandwich, or grilled cheese, all of which come with fries and a drink.
The topping bar is sure to be a hit with your kids—they can choose how to top their meal and have fun doing it. For a reasonably-priced family meal, give W.W. Cousins a try.
Noosh Nosh’s vibrant décor in kid-friendly colors is certain to get your children’s interest. Their kids’ menu offers children a choice of scrambled eggs with toast and jelly, a Nutella crepe, pizza, grilled cheese, chicken skewers, or peanut butter and jelly.
There’s a wide variety for adults to choose from, too. Whether you’re in the mood for pizza, burgers, crepes, salad, or seafood, you can find it at Noosh Nosh.
In the mood for Mexican Food? Give Fiesta Time a try. With 12 different entrees on their kids’ menu, your kids are sure to find something they like.
In addition to traditional Mexican options, Fiesta Time also offers cheeseburgers and chicken fingers with fries, so even picky eaters will be appeased. At $6.25 per meal, the kids’ menu is reasonably priced, as well.
Known for serving hot dogs and spaghetti smothered in chili and cheese, Skyline Chili is sure to fill your kids up after swim class. And there’s plenty for the adults, too!
Skyline Chili offers specially priced meals to children under 10. Choose from a small 3-way, spaghetti, Chili Coney, or hot dogs. Plus every kids’ meal comes with a dessert.
Culvers is another good choice for the whole family. Their kids’ menu includes burgers, chicken tenders, grilled cheese, and corn dogs. Kids can choose between fries or apple sauce, and milk or a small drink.
Every kids’ meal comes with a free scoop of frozen custard and a “Scoopie Token.” Your kids can save their tokens and cash them in for a free meal or prize.
If your lessons get out earlier in the day, it’s worth making a stop at Wild Eggs. You can bet your kids will be entertained by their “Wild Child” menu that offers items like “Yummy in My Tummy” and “Andrew’s Cuttin’ the Cheese.”
Adults will appreciate the wide variety of breakfast and brunch items. You can opt to build your own omelet, enjoy a stack of pancakes, or go for a lighter option, like granola with fruit and yogurt.
First Watch is also a great choice for lessons that end earlier in the day. Children can dine on crepes, waffles, French toast, sandwiches, bacon and eggs, or a giant chocolate chip pancake.
There’s also an expansive adult menu, with everything from vanilla chai latte pancakes and avocado toast to traditional favorites like Belgian waffles and omelets.
Children are always hungry after swim lessons. It’s good, aerobic exercise that burns lots of calories. Good nutrition is essential, but sometimes, we’re too busy or tired to cook and want the convenience of eating out.
Next time your children say they’re hungry after swimming, why not try one of these kid-friendly restaurants? You just might find a new family favorite.