Karen’s Diner Chermside Rolls Out Kids Club In Time For School Holidays

Karen’s Diner Chermside
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Karen’s Diner Chermside may not be one of the most kid-friendly restaurants in town, remember, it’s not like Disneyland at Karen’s! But Karen is smart and she knows parents will pay just to have their kids entertained for hours, like signing up for the Kids Club in time for April School Holidays.

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At Karen’s Kids Club, parents will be in for a treat, because children will be taught how to be a real Karen. Kidding aside, for just $25 per head, they will be able to have some fun activities, like games, colouring sheets, and of course, dining with their delicious burger and fries. 

Karen’s Diner Chermside and other Karen’s venues throughout Australia will be rolling out the Kids Club in time for Easter, so little ones get to experience what it’s like “working”at Karen’s whilst on a school holiday. Plus, kids will get that to have that infamous Karen’s insult hat, too!

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Whilst the kids are occupied, parents could eat their dinner in peace (or not, since it’s Karen’s) with menu options like burgers, loaded fries, and chicken wings. There are also vegan and vegetarian burgers, served with plant-based patties and vegan cheese for the conscious eaters.

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Karen’s welcomes all ages, though under 16’s must be accompanied by a parent or a guardian. As they said, they promise “not to be nice, but will guarantee a whole lot of fun.”

To book for Karen’s Kids Club, request at your local Karen’s or see their website for more details. 

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Karen’s Diner Chermside is located at Westfield Chermside at Kittyhawk Drive. They are open daily, except on Mondays.

Published 31-March-2023