Restaurants Honoring Veterans With Free Food/Discounts on November 11
Veterans Day is Thursday, November 11, and it's an opportunity to honor all the men and women who have given so much for their country. While we'll never be able to fully thank America's heroes for the sacrifices they made, restaurant chains across the nation are honoring veterans with all sorts of free meals and goodies. Take note that many of these deals require some sort of proof of military service, so don't forget to carry that along if you want to get your tasty free treats! Here are freebies and discounts to take advantage of:
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.
On November 11, veterans can enjoy several deals at Baskin-Robbins including buy one sundae, get one 50% off, $2 off medium milkshakes, and $5 off any 35 cake when ordering through the app.
Brick House Tavern + Tap
Veterans and active-duty military get a free meal on November 11. Brick House will also hand out a $5 bonus card to all veterans and active military members that can be used from November 12 through December 31, 2021. The free meal has a value of $15.
On November 11, Chili's will offer veterans a complimentary entrée from its special Veterans Day menu featuring a selection of items that include Chicken Crispers, Cajun Chicken Pasta, Oldtimer Burger, Chicken Bacon Ranch Quesadilla and more.
Chuck E. Cheese
There's lots of fun for the whole family at Chuck E. Cheese, and on Veterans Day, the chain will honor veterans with a free personal cheese pizza. This offer will be available in-store only, and valid military ID must be presented to redeem.
Ready for dessert? Cracker Barrel will be offering a free slice of Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola Cake, with purchase, in-store and online with promo code VETSDAY21.
On November 11, from 5 a.m. to noon, veterans get a free Build Your Own Grand Slam, which includes a choice of four items ranging from buttermilk pancakes to eggs, bacon, buttermilk biscuits, hash browns and more. The offer is dine-in only and redeemable with a valid military ID or DD 214.
On Thursday, November 11, Dunkin' is honoring all veterans and active military with a free doughnut of their choice at participating Dunkin' restaurants nationwide, no purchase necessary.
Veterans and active-duty military get free Red, White & Blueberry Pancakes at participating locations on November 11. Dine-in only.
Veterans, active-duty military and reservists get a free appetizer or dessert from a special menu on November 11. Dine-in only.
This burger chain is offering a free Red's Tavern Double Burger - available for dine-in or to-go - starting November 1, to service members. Red Robin Military Royalty members will be eligible to claim the free one-time only offer any day of their choice from November 1 through November 14.
Veterans, military service members and military spouses get a free tall (12-oz) hot brewed coffee at participating stores on November 11.Starbucks -- Veterans, military service members and military spouses get a free tall (12-oz) hot brewed coffee at participating stores on November 11.
On Veterans Day, TGI Fridays is offering a free select lunch for dine-in only (not valid for online, take-out, or delivery) at participating locations with valid military ID between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. local time. Options include a cheeseburger with seasoned fries, crispy chicken fingers with seasoned fries and coleslaw, 6-ounce center-cut sirloin with mashed potatoes and lemon butter broccoli, or a Caesar salad with grilled chicken.
Texas Roadhouse will hand out dinner vouchers at the stores’ parking lots on November 11, from 11am to 2pm. Veterans and active-duty military can redeem their dinner vouchers when the restaurant opens for dinner, through May 30, 2022.
Wendy's is giving service members a free breakfast combo with valid military ID or a Veterans Advantage card from 6:30 - 10:30 a.m. on Veterans Day.