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Exclusive GattiTown Offer!


Just popping in to share a really good offer I found. Been super crazy in my life for the last couple of weeks . . . but it's ALL good, in fact miraculously good.

But I didn't want to forget to tell you about the new GattiTown offer. If you haven't visited GattiTown with your kids, you should try it out. They have an unlimited pizza buffet, pastas, and freshly made desserts in addition to the salad bar and all kinds of drinks.

Those of us with small children know that one of the worst mistakes you can make when you go out to eat with small children is to pick a restaurant that takes forever to make your food and get it in front of the kids. But at GattiTown the food is ready when you walk in the door. There's NO waiting . . . and therefore no whiny kids.

GattiTown also has a lot of fun things for everyone to do; it's fun for the whole family!  The Midway is filled with countless family-friendly games including multi-level video and interactive games, bumper cars, carousel, air hockey, and more!

Earlier this month Gattitown Frisco started some great daily specials.
  • Mondays: Moms Eat FREE with the purchase of a kid's buffer (10 & under)
  • Tuesdays: 1/2 Priced Games
  • Wednesdays: Kids Eat Free with the purchase of an adult buffet
My Readers Receive  . . . 
1 adult meal, 1 kid's meal, and a $10 game card 
All for just $16.99 + tax. 
Coupon Code: KidsGuide



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