Free food alert! California Pizza Kitchen is giving out kid's meals on Halloween

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The generous, if opportunistic, folks at the California Pizza Kitchen at Park Meadows are offering costumed youngsters a free meal on Wednesday, October 31, so if you have no interest in cooking tomorrow, this deal could be just the trick you need to treat yourself to.

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Kids will be treated to a free meal tomorrow, October 31, and only at the California Pizza Kitchen location at 8343 South Park Meadow Center Drive. The fine print goes as follows: costumed children ten and under, accompanied by an adult, will receive a free CPKids Meal; a $10 purchase is required for each free CPKids Meal, and this deal is limited to two kids per table.

And what is on the CPKids Menu? Kiddie-sized Hawaiian, pepperoni and cheese pizzas; a salad topped with goldfish crackers; fusilli with tomato sauce; a grilled chicken breast served with baby broccoli (every kid's dream). And all meals include a choice of fountain beverage, lemonade, apple juice, white or chocolate milk, with complimentary refills.

While Park Meadows celebrated Halloween last weekend, there are still some deals that might appeal to adults in the mall; find more details here.

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