Head to Hancock County and you will find yourself in the charming little town of Greenfield, Indiana. Here you’ll discover fun town events like Food Truck Fridays, Mutts on Main, ice cream festivals, various holiday parades, and the annual Riley Days Festival! While you’re browsing any of the shops or visiting the Greenfield Parks, make a plan to grab a bite at any of these family friendly restaurants.
Best Kids Menu Options in Greenfield
Sugar Creek Brickhouse
5821 W US Hwy 40
This cozy Greenfield restaurant has ample outdoor seating when you dine on their pizzas, burgers, wraps and more. The kid’s menu offers a variety of choices but we love the 7” one topping pizza with a breadstick and cheese cup for dipping, all for only $7. Grab a side of the tator-tots, pulled pork nachos or sweet potato fries; all of which are amazing and different than your usual side of French fries.
2221 W. Main St.
This family-friendly favorite spot is always hopping. The all-you-can-eat pizza buffet is fantastic for adults and kids alike. The basketball themed décor full of local and national memorabilia will amaze any sports enthusiast. Ages 5 and under eat free with a paying adult. Watch for their weekly specials and games on social media too.
Tour of Italy
5 American Legion Pl.
This little Italian spot is amazing. Folks come from all over the area just for their garlic knots. The kid’s meal includes butter noodles which my kids LOVE. Order a pizza and watch as they toss the dough. The kids (and to be honest, myself) find it fascinating. Check out these other area pasta places we love too!
1031 N State St.
Grab a seat outdoors at this local pizza spot. The pizza dough and pizza sauce is made fresh daily, and they only use high quality ingredients. For such standards, I would expect premium prices, but Chicago’s Pizza is very affordable when it comes to feeding your family. For around $5, kids 12 and under can create their own pizza, including a breadstick and drink. They also have salads, sandwiches and pasta. Save room to split a dessert pizza!
Leo’s Market and Eatery
2212 W Main St.
Definitely not your typical restaurant recommendation, but it’s worth a stop. You’ll find a small grocery store with a gas station on one side, and an eatery with fresh-made food on the other. Kids can pick-your-own Kolache (fruit, meat, or cheese filled yeast roll), side and a drink for only $3.99. (That price also includes a toy!) Fill your bellies and your gas tank all in one stop!
2045 N State St.
Order the chicken fried rice on the kid’s menu for $5.99, but save room for the sweet and sticky rice Thai custard or Fried Banana ice cream for an amazing and different post-dinner treat.
117 Apple St
The locals love The Mug! It’s the go-to spot after a hot summer day at the pool. Grab an ice cold root beer and a hot dog, the perfect summer combination. Or devour a burger and top it off with Sundae’s brand ice cream.
Mama Nita’s Pizza
1506 N State St.
Mama Nita’s pizza buffet offers good quality food on a budget. Everyone will find plenty to enjoy but if the buffet isn’t your thing check out the individual pizzas. The 7” cheese pizza comes in at $3.50. Grab a specialty pizza around $5. At those prices an entire family of four can create their own personal pizzas and have dinner for around $20.
Hitherto Coffee and Gaming
I558 N State St.
Besides amazing coffee and tea, they serve kids’ smoothies (try the orange dreamsicle) and baked goods, like hand pies and Danishes. They have plenty of family friendly board games, as well; you won’t want to rush out the door with a carry out order. With over 450 board games, there are likely to be a few new-to-you options you haven’t played before. Check out one of their newest games “Fairy Tale Inn”. It’s said to play through in about 15min and be great for school aged children and adults, alike.
Mi Casa Mexican
1550 N State St.
The brightly colored art all along the walls will give the whole family a fiesta feeling. The kids menu features classic Mexican and American options. Make sure the kids try the fried ice cream for dessert; it’s one of our favorites. Watching them make the table side guacamole is entertaining, and knowing the handmade tamales are made fresh daily is refreshing.
Of course, you will find various other fast food chains around town, too. And while we love a Culver’s butterburger every now and then, we love supporting our neighborhood establishments even more. Make a day of your visit to Greenfield and head to either of these other Greenfield area attractions; Lark Ranch or Tuttle Orchard – fun for the whole family.