8 Kingston Kid-Friendly Restaurants

By Kingston Accommodation Partners

Kids like good food, too. Next time you’re craving fine dining, choose from one of Kingston’s kid-friendly restaurants and discover a culinary experience the whole family can enjoy. From authentic gelato to impressive antipasti boards, you’re sure to find something new to tantalize their taste buds!

Harper’s Burger Bar

93 Princess Street
Forget fast food chains – the next time the kids are craving something delicious, take them to this awesome local burger joint. Featuring fresh, handcrafted Enright Cattle Co. beef and kids’ movies routinely playing on their TVs, Harper’s is a must-try for any young burger lover while in Kingston.

Copper Penny

240 Princess Street

For more than 35 years, the Copper Penny has been serving up their special brand of deliciousness, with kid-friendly favourites including the likes of their notorious gourmet mac and cheese, voodoo chicken wraps and crowd-pleasing burgers. Just steps from the waterfront, this place should be on your must-try list.

Mio Gelato

178 Ontario Street

Kingston’s Mio Gelato has been bringing authentic Italian gelato to Kingston since 2010, and you’d be hard pressed to find a kid who doesn’t go wild for their impressive assortment of sorbettos, gelatos, and frozen yogurt – including kid-friendly favourites like bubblegum, cookie dough, and peanut butter and jam.

Kingston Brewing Company

34 Clarence Street

This place might be Ontario’s oldest brew pub, but unlike other pubs, children are definitely welcome. The Brew Pub’s kids’ menu features crowd-pleasers like cheese pizza, mac and cheese – and of course – grilled cheese. Don’t forget to compliment your little one’s meal with some of their legendary fries.

Score Pizza

91 Princess Street

The fastest way to any child’s heart is likely through pizza, so treat them to some of the city’s best stone-fired fare made with healthy, fresh ingredients. Try one of Scores’ signature ‘zas like BBQ Chicken, or get adventurous and build your own — there’s no way you can go wrong.

Toast and Jam

1530 Bath Road

At Toast and Jam Cafe, the kids will appreciate how great everything tastes, while you’ll appreciate the high-quality ingredients and how everything is made from scratch. The kids’ menu here features some of the healthiest (but still super delicious) options available in Kingston and is a new local favourite.



39 Brock Street

Family-run Olivea is Kingston’s go-to for traditional and contemporary Italian fare made with love. Forget the chicken fingers and fries – here, the kids are treated to fresh pasta and gnocchi made in-house, delicious sauces and ragus, and impressive antipasti boards that will help your little one develop a finer palate.


226 Princess Street

Some kids can’t appreciate fine dining, but for those who can, there’s Megalos. Lead by talented chef Chris Barkley, this isn’t your typical fusion–style restaurant. Eclectic appetizers, mouth-watering entrees and sinful desserts round out the experience here, and will surely open their minds to a world of new flavours.

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