Several Restaurants Will Offer Free Or Discounted Meals To Veterans On Veterans Day

Veterans Day is Thursday, November 11th. Several restaraunts nationwide are offering free meals or discounts to our nation’s veteran and active duty military.

Military.com has a detailed list of restaurants where these meals are being offered. Here’s a partial list:

Applebee’s — Veterans and active-duty military receive a free meal when dining in from a special menu on November 11. And when dining in on November 11, military guests will receive a $5 bounce back card to redeem for dine-in, To Go or delivery within three weeks.

Bagger Dave’s — Active, non-active, reservists and retired personnel get a free Great American Cheeseburger and fries on November 11. Dine-in only.

Bob Evans — Veterans and active-duty military get a free meal from a select menu on November 11. Dine-in only.

Buffalo Wild Wings — Veterans and active-duty service members get a free order of 10 boneless wings and fries on November 11. The offer is available for dine-in or takeout (online ordering excluded).

Denny’s — Veterans and active military personnel get a free Build Your Own Grand Slam on November 11, from 5 a.m. to noon. Dine-in only.

Hooters — Active-duty military and veterans get a free entrée from the Hooters Veterans Day Menu with purchase of a beverage on November 11. Dine-in only.

IHOP — Veterans and active-duty military get free Red, White & Blueberry Pancakes at participating locations on November 11. Dine-in only.

O’Charley’s – Veterans and active-duty military get a free meal when you dine in on November 11.

Red Robin – Veterans and active-duty military who are Red Robin Royalty members can redeem a free Red’s Tavern Double Burger with Bottomless Steak Fries November 1 through November 14 for dine-in or to-go. You must register for Red Robin’s Royalty Program with military designation by Monday, November 1.

Wendy’s — Active-duty military and veterans get a free breakfast combo on November 11 at participating locations from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Again, that is just a partial list. I encourage veterans, active military and their families to head over to Military.com to see the entire list.

Thank you for your service.