Boke Bowl’s Bambino Bowl is just the right size.

Boke Bowl

The Central Eastside’s hip noodle bar packs in parents and their ramen-slurping offspring, dinosaur-topped training chopsticks clenched in their chubby fists. The Bambino Bowl, brimming with aromatic broth and pulled pork, is two-thirds the size of an adult order but barely more than half the price. $6


What goes best with this brunch haven’s gut-busting Scotch eggs? Crayons, a slice of bacon, a perfectly scrambled egg, and toast. Or a buttermilk pancake the size of your tot’s head. $1–2  

Russell Street Bar-B-Que

Sample your little one’s trio of wee-size sides (like sweet-saucy beans or mild stewed greens) or meaty pork ribs with fries at this laid-back, pig-centric Southern joint. Best of all? Free Wet-Naps mean easy cleanup. $5–5.50  


At this farm-focused Italian dining room, sippy cups mingle with a full bar. Alternate mouthfuls of your hearty entrée with your tyke’s floppy-good wood-fired pizza or grilled chicken with fresh greens and spuds. Kids get free juice and ice cream with a meal, too. $6.50–7  


No sitter? No problem. This inventive spot gracefully accepts adventurous little eaters, offering a startlingly rich bowl of noodles or rice with slurp-worthy broth and your choice of chicken, veggies, or a flawlessly poached egg. $1 + $1–2 per topping  

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