6/5: Eat like a kid at Valley Chompie’s in effort to end bullying
As a parent of a school aged child, we have had many discussions in my home regarding bullying. It’s a frightening concept and something that I hope that my children are never the victim or cause of. One Valley eatery is inviting you to help stop bullying in its tracks, starting with your stomach!
Chompie’s Arizona New York Deli is partnering up with Playworks Arizona in an effort to end bullying. On Wednesday, June 5th, Chompie’s is inviting you to Eat Like a Kid as they introduce their new kid’s menu, normally available only to patrons 10 years and younger. For every meal that is purchased, by adults and tots alike, Chompie’s will make a donation to Playworks Arizona. Playworks is a nonprofit organization that is seeking to transform schools and end bullying by providing play and physical activity at recess and throughout the school day.
Chompie’s revamped Kid’s Menu includes 19 menu favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner, like their famous Jewish Slider (made famous due to an appearance on Man v. Food), Long Island French Toast and their Checkered Cab Cheeseburger. Recently added is a tasty gluten-free section with options like High Five Mac and Cheese or a Staten Island Flatbread Cheese Pizza. Prices for Kid’s Meals start at $3.79 and top out at $7.79.
The ‘Eat Like a Kid Day’ will be valid from open to close on June 5th at all four Chompie’s locations. Please note that no substitutions will be allowed and only one kid’s meal will be available per diner (not valid with any other offers, coupons, discounts or promotional gift cards).
Please visit Chompie’s online for more information on locations and hours.
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