Restaurants Where You Can Eat Free On Halloween

The website posted a list of restaurants where you can get free food tomorrow if you show up in costume.


Head to Applebee's with your Halloween get-up on and the kids get to eat free. Make sure to give your local restaurant a call to make sure they're participating.


In case you're looking for something sweet before the real Halloween sugar rush, hit up Baskin-Robbins, where all regular and kids-sized scoops are $1.50 on the 31st. Try the seasonal Trick OREO Treat flavor, or pick up a Trick or Treat Polar Pizza to take home.


Make sure the kiddos have something in their stomach other than Kit Kats tonight by grabbing dinner at Bertucci's—kids in costume (ages 12 and under) get a free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entree. Offer applies October 25 through November 1.


Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entree on Halloween when you use the promo code "Kid Halloween"— just make sure to limit one per table. You can also enter the Forrest Gump look-alike contest through October 31 for a chance to to win a gift card.


It's scary how much we love Chipotle — so much that we're crossing our fingers for a year of free burritos, but everyone can get discounted eats on Halloween. As part of their annual Boorito offer, anyone who comes by in costume from 3pm to close gets a $3 burrito, bowl, salad or order of tacos.


Not only is IHOP offering free food on Halloween — they're making it totally okay for kids to play with their food. From 7am through 10pm, kids ages 12 and under can get a free Scary Face Pancake and design their own freaky frown using toppings like strawberries, whipped cream, Mini Oreos and candy corn.


Throw on your costume and get to Krispy Kreme to snag a free doughnut at participating locations on Halloween. You'll definitely want to pick up a Jack-o-Lantern, Spider Web or Mummy doughnut to get in the spirit.


Check out the list of participating restaurants to see if your local McAlister's is serving up free kids meals for costumed little ones (ages 12 and under), with purchase of adult entree on Halloween.


Sorry, your Bloomin' Onion isn't on the house, but when the kids get a Joey Meal on Halloween, they'll get a free dirt cup for dessert. Meanwhile, Mom and Dad can prep for a night of shrieking children with a Dark & Spooky cocktail for $6.


Swing by the drive-thru at Sonic to grab 50-cent corn dogs all day on Halloween. There's no prize for dressing like a corn dog, too, but we'd respect your dedication.

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