PHILADELPHIA - While exploring Philadelphia, you might be looking for the best places to feed your kids.  Here are a few places that have earned the approval of PhillyBite Magazine's kid-friendly restaurants. Whether you want to take your child for dinner, or a fun family outing, these Philadelphia spots will not disappoint! From Honey's Sit 'n Eat to Sabrina's Cafe, these places will satisfy all of your family's cravings!

Philly's Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants

1. Craft Hall

Craft Hall is a great option for parents looking for a family-friendly place to eat in Philadelphia. The restaurant has a pirate ship-themed indoor playground for the kids. It's also equipped with an old-school Nintendo. Parents can also enjoy a variety of games and local beers. The bar offers bottomless brunch buffets on Sundays. The bar has an on-site brewery and bakery and closes at 9 p.m. However, the restaurant is kid-friendly year-round. 901 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19123

2. Honey's Sit 'n Eat

Honey's is often crowded with families; parents can relax in high chairs or order from the kid's menu. The kid's menu offers a variety of grilled chicken sandwiches and other dishes. At the same time, parents can choose from various salads and side dishes. The menu is also kid-friendly, with options such as tater tots with ketchup and mac and cheese with Cheeto crumb crust. . Children can enjoy the menu and sit at the kid's table while parents indulge in a beer. 2101 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19146

3. Sabrina's Cafe

This kid-friendly restaurant in Philadelphia serves homemade breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Breakfast items are created from scratch daily and include favorites from the bakery. Breakfast items include buttermilk pancakes with chocolate chips, grilled chicken, and Chix. Kids can also order a Kid's Deluxe with extra toppings and juices. There's even a special menu for adults. The signature drink, the "Sabrina's Spicy Orange," is a favorite among young diners. 1804 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, PA 19130

4. Lola's Garden

Located just outside of Philly in Ardmore, this restaurant is designed for the whole family, from the children to the parents. The 2,500square-foot outdoor trellis offers a relaxed atmosphere for dining. Throughout the restaurant, you will find comfortable, community seating. Chef Andrew Wood's seasonal menus offer vegan and gluten-free options. And of course, there are plenty of high chairs available for little ones. 51 St Georges Rd, Ardmore, PA 19003

5. Max Brenner

For a truly family-friendly restaurant, look no further than Max Brenner's. Known for its whimsical desserts and full meals, this center city spot evokes a childlike wonder. It provides a relaxed environment that promotes eating and playing with your food. Its menu is longer than an entree, so you can indulge in your sweet tooth for hours! Menu items include the "Oozing Mac & Cheese Burger" and "Chocolate First-Aid Kit." 1500 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

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