Veteran’s Day: Restaurants offer deals on meals for veterans and active duty service members

by: Debbie Lord, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
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Restaurants across the nation are honoring veterans and active duty military members this weekend with deals on meals including free lunches and special items.

Most restaurants require a military identification for the deals. Note that offers may not be available at all locations. Some locations do not participate in the promotions. Check with your local restaurants before you go.

Here are a few deals from some nationwide restaurants.

Applebee’s: Veterans and active duty military can select a free meal from a menu of seven items on Saturday with proof of service.

Aspen Creek Grill: Free lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday when you order off a special menu.


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Back Yard Burgers: All veterans and active duty military who present their military ID or who are in uniform will receive a free Back Yard Classic Burger.

Baker’s Square: Veterans and active duty military can get a choice of a free breakfast of pancakes, French toast, or a Belgian waffle on Saturday.

Bandana’s Bar-B-Q: Veterans and active duty get up to $10 worth of free food on Saturday.

BJs Restaurant and Brewhouse: Veterans and active duty members can get a free entrée under $12.95 on Friday and Saturday.

Boston Market: Buy one meal, and get a second free Friday through Sunday at participating locations. A military ID isn’t required, but a coupon is. Get the coupon here www.bostonmarket.com.

Bob Evans: Veterans and active duty military can get one of six menu items for free at Bob Evans restaurants on Saturday.

Bonanza Steakhouse: Veterans and active duty military get a free buffet on Saturday.

California Pizza Kitchen: California…

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