Memorial Day Deals for Vets and Active Duty Personnel
(From Foodandwine.com) Others can be found on https://militarybenefits.info.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
If you dine with a veteran, active duty service member, or Gold Star family on Memorial Day, they’ll get a lunch or dinner entrée for free (equal to or less than the cost of your entrée).
25% of proceeds from sales of the ‘Merica’s Burger on Memorial Day will be donated to the Independence Fund, according to Hickory Tavern’s site.
Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub
Veterans and active duty military can buy one entrée and get one free on Memorial Day—all you have to do is present your proof of service or military ID. You can pick from nine different dishes (all from the “9 real size entrées for $9.99” menu), but know that beverage, tax, and tip aren’t included.
McCormick & Schmick’s
Gold Star parents, spouses, veterans, and active members of the U.S. military and National Guard can get one free entrée (either for lunch or dinner) on May 27. Options include salmon rigatoni, buttermilk fried shrimp, and tender beef medallions—check out the full spread on the restaurant’s site.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
All veterans and active military members can grab a free sandwich, salad or “pick-your-pair” as a BOGO deal for Memorial Day. The offer runs from May 26 through May 27—simply show ID to redeem.
Rubio’s Coastal Grill
Rubio’s also has a BOGO deal for Memorial Day—veterans and military members can purchase any adult entrée, and get a second one free. Bring your military ID and this coupon to redeem.
Texas de Brazil
We cannot thank all the heroes out there enough. Today, just like every day, military members/veterans can come in and enjoy a 20% discount with a valid badge or ID: http://bit.ly/2vyyRKR
TGI Friday’s Memorial Day deal is enough to feed a crowd. Family meal boxes (appetizers, entrées, sides, and salads), which feed four to six people, are fifteen percent off; or, if you’re really hungry, party platters are 15 percent off too. An entire platter of loaded potato skins sounds pretty good right now, if you ask us. To see all the different options and combinations, check out the menus on Friday’s site.