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28 Hudson Valley Parent ■ November 2014 Stella, 3.5, Beacon Bagel in Beacon. Lane, 2, at Red Robin in Poughkeepsie. Happy meals! Hudson Valley's best family-friendly restaurants 28 Hudson Valley Parent ■ November 2014 "Mountain Brau House in New Paltz has great kids toys for them to play with, including wiki sticks. Their menu has real food for kids, not just processed chicken nuggets." — Carrie Burns "Pizza Mia in New Windsor has a TV, a Little Tikes kitchen loaded with stu , and a little table and chair for kids to eat at. It's very kid-friendly." — Sheree Pinto "McGillicuddy's in New Paltz. Every Wednesday, children eat free with an adult purchase if you mention it's for the New Paltz PTA. They also get crayons and a treasure chest of goodies." — Paula Lynn Ronk Cameron and Austin, both 5, at Billy Joe's in Newburgh. Griffin, 10, and Aiden, 8, at Eveready Diner in Hyde Park. Griffin, 10, Melina, 5, at Perkins in Wappingers Falls. family-friendly restaurants "McGillicuddy's "McGillicuddy's " in McGillicuddy's in McGillicuddy's W hen it comes to dining out with the kids, we all know it can be a real chal- lenge. We're always looking for restaurants that go above and beyond to entertain our little ones while we try to enjoy a meal. A big thanks to all of our readers who shared pictures of their children at their favorite local restaurants! For our complete list of the top local kid-friendly restaurants, visit "De nitely Billy Joe's in Newburgh. Sundays are kid days — $1.99 meals and free face painting and most of the time live music for the kids to dance around." — Kristin Goodwin Lilla

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