Best Restaurants for March Break in Toronto

March Break includes taking the kids out for fun activities and adventures. But the little ones are going to be hungry after all that running around. Where are you going to take them to eat? I've rounded up 5 fantastic places that the kids will love. Happy March Break!

Fran's Restaurant

20 College St, Toronto, ON M5G 1K2

Fran's is not only celebrating their 75th anniversary this year, they've got Milkshake Games happening during March Break. Which is better - Chocolate Cake or NY Style Cheesecake? Only time and tummies will tell. Beween the batttle of shake flavours, a kids menu and crayons on hand for pre-meal creativity sessions, you've got yourself one memorable meal.

The Boulevard Cafe

161 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1H1

If you are looking for healthy, yet not boring options, The Boulevard Cafe has got it all: - Picky eaters will fall for Fettucine Con Mantequilla ($8) - fresh pasta with butter and parmesan. - Grilled Cheese ($6.95) gets an upgrade thanks to three-grain bread and a side salad. - And chicken is so much more fun on a skewer so opt for Anticuchos de Pollo ($10.95) with either fries or rice. - For veggie lovers, Palitos de Verduras ($5.95) features carrot, cucumber and celery sticks served with a sour cream dip. Who says eating healthy has to be boring?

Le Select Bistro

432 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

Le Select Bistro has an wickedly sophisticated children's menu. After all, when's the last time you saw Risotto aux Asperges ($7.50), Steak Frites ($8.95), Confit de Canard ($9.50) or Terrine en Croute ($6.95) on a menu for the little ones? Tres elegante, n'est-ce pas?

Yitz's Deli & Catering

346 Eglinton Ave W, Toronto, ON M5N 1A2

Yitz's Deli menu for kids not only includes fun dishes, items are written across a cartoon-filled page that the kids can colour. The menu is for kids 10 and under, and all items are just $5.55. Youngsters can select from wide-ranging dishes such as Weiner & Baked Beans, Bagel & Cream Cheese and Corned Beef Sandwich Fries. The real bonus? All meals come complete with a chunky chocolate chip cookie for dessert, so you won't have to stop for anything sweet on the way home.

E Easy Restaurant

1645 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6R 1A9

Sometimes the less options the better. Kids don't want to futz around, they just want to eat. So Easy makes it uh, easy for them with just four items on the menu - a grilled cheese sandwich (Grilled Ham & Swiss Brioche $7.95), eggs (Scrambled Eggs & Bacon $6.95), waffles (Kid's Mini Waffle Deuce $5.95) and drink (Kid's Smoothies $2.95). Just think of how much more time you'll get at the park or museum if you're not labouring over menu choices.

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