Kids Eat Free* During March Break

Spend the day with the kids in downtown Guelph

 
 

It's easy to spend the day in Downtown Guelph this March Break, 13th - 17th.  Experience one of many activities at the Guelph Civic Museum and the Guelph Public Library, get creative at Play with Clay, watch special $6 movie matinees at The Bookshelf.  Then take the kids to one of our participating downtown restaurants and they can eat for free*.  

 

You can view the full brochure of March Break activities here or visit our Facebook page for up to date details.

 

LIST OF PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS AND THEIR OFFER 


Afterlife Café, 101 Wyndham St N.
1 kid’s sundae per purchase of entrée.

 

Baker Street Station, 76 Baker Street

1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult entree.

 

Breezy Corners, 44 Macdonell Street
1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult meal and beverage.

 

Bobby O’Brien’s, 90 Macdonell Street

1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult entree.

 

Bollywood Bistro, 51 Cork Street East

1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult entree.

 

Boon Burger, 23 Quebec Street
1 free kids meal with the purchase of regular priced hamburger.

 

Cornerstone, 1 Wyndham St N.
Kids eat free grilled cheese sandwich with the purchase of an adult meal.

 

Diana Downtown, 141 Wyndham Street N.

1 free kids meal with each purchase of an adult entrée.

 

miijida, 37 Quebec Street

A free kid’s meal with every purchase over $20.

 

Red Brick Café, 8 Douglas Street

Free cookie with every kid’s hot chocolate.

 

Sweet!, 22 Carden Street
Free grab-bag of sweets with purchase of $4.99 or more.

 

Vienna Restaurant, 28 Macdonell Street

Kids Eat 2 Free Pancakes (Chocolate Chip or Blueberry) with purchase of a regular priced adult meal.

 

The Western Hotel, 72 Macdonell Street

1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult entree.

 

Wellington Cakes, 9 Douglas St

1 free cake pop with adult  in-store purchase

 

Wimpy’s Diner, 25 Wyndham Street N

1 kid eats free with the purchase of an adult meal (&8.99 or over) and purchase of a kids drink (Mon-Thurs).

 

The Wooly, 176a Woolwich Street

A free kid’s meal with every purchase over $20.

Ontario Court of Justice Provincial Offences Court

59 Carden St. • 519-826-0762

Since May 29, 2000, the City of Guelph has been responsible for the administration and prosecution of most provincial offence charges issued within Guelph-Wellington. The City provides administration for the Ontario Court of Justice with respect to all provincial offences and prosecution services regarding Part I Provincial Offences Act charges ("tickets"). These charges include tickets issued pursuant to the Highway Traffic Act, Liquor Licence Act and similar provincial statutes.

This transfer of responsibilities from the province to the municipality ensures that local governments have more responsibility for justice that impacts the local communities. Further, the public can be assured of a high level of quality service at the local level.

It is important to note that the function of the judiciary and the provision of justice in the Ontario Court of Justice in Guelph-Wellington are not in any way affected by this transfer of responsibility.

 

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