American Legion Post 305,
Caledonia, Mi.
9548 Cherry Valley
Telephone Number 616-891-1882
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                                           Veterans Day November 11 2016
                                              List of Restaurant Discounts

Applebee’s: Vets and active-duty military can have their pick from a special menu
with options like three-cheese chicken penne, 7-oz. sirloin, and double crunch
shrimp, free of charge (beverage and gratuity are not included).

Bob Evans: Hotcakes, brioche French toast, and the country biscuit breakfast are
among the options available to veterans and active-duty military in a special free
menu.

Bonefish Grill: Customers with military ID get a free order of Bang Bang Shrimp
on Veterans Day.

California Pizza Kitchen: A special Veterans Day menu that includes pizza, salad,
and pasta is free for vets and active-duty personnel.

California Tortilla: Show a military ID and get one free taco.

Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse: Veterans and active-duty military get a free choice of
entrees and a non-alcoholic beverage, plus a coupon good for a $10 credit on a
future visit.

Cheeseburger in Paradise: An All American Burger with fries is free of charge to
those with military ID.

Cracker Barrel: Grab a free dessert—the Double Chocolate Fudge Coca-Cola
Cake—if you’re a veteran.

CraftWorks: Active-duty military and veterans are welcomed to a free craft beer—
or, if that’s illegal locally, an appetizer on the house—at this brewery and
restaurant group with nearly 200 locations around the country.

Denny’s: From 5 a.m. to noon, all veterans and active-duty personnel get a Build
Your Own Grand Slam meal, with possibilities including pancakes, eggs, bacon,
fruit, and hash browns.

Friendly’s: Participating locations are giving veterans and active military a free
Big-Two-Do combo meal for breakfast, or free All American Burger with fries and
a drink for lunch or dinner.

Golden Corral: From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., anyone who has ever served in the U.S.
military is welcomed to a special sit-down dinner, free of charge.

Hooters: All veterans and active-duty military personnel get an entrée on the house.

Hurricane Grill & Wings: All veterans and active military get a free meal from a
special menu, as well as a non-alcoholic beverage.

IHOP: From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., all veterans and active-duty military members are
welcomed to one order apiece of Red, White & Blue Pancakes, which come with
glazed strawberries (red), blueberry compote (blue), and whipped cream (white.)

IKEA: From November 8 to 11, show military ID in an IKEA cafeteria for a free
entrée (value up to $9.99).

Krispy Kreme: When ordering, say that you are a veteran or active-duty military
(no ID required), and you’ll get a free donut and a free coffee.

Krystal: Free breakfast, in the form of a chicken or sausage biscuit, is on the table
for vets and active military from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., and after 11 a.m. all customers
get pups or corn pups for 50¢ apiece, with a portion of the proceeds going to the
Armed Services YMCA organization.

Little Caesars: Vets and active military can help themselves to a free, $5 Hot-N-
Ready lunch combo, including four pizza slices and a 20-ounce beverage, from 11 a.
m. to 2 p.m. at participating locations.

LongHorn Steakhouse: Show military ID and get a free Texas Tonion appetizer and
non-alcoholic beverage.

McCormick & Schmicks: This seafood and steak chain is honoring veterans and
active military not on Veterans Day but on Sunday, November 8, with a choice of
free entrees including tender beef medallions, salmon rigatoni, or blackened
chicken fettuccine.

O’Charley’s: On Monday, November 9, veterans and active military can make a
selection for free off the $9.99 menu, which includes chicken fried steak and bayou
shrimp pasta. As for Veterans Day itself, customers with a military ID who
purchase an entree get a free slice of pie for dessert.

On the Border: A free “Create Your Own Combo” featuring a selection of tacos,
salads, enchiladas, and more (max value: $10.79) is available to all veterans and
active military.

Olive Garden: Customers with military ID get a free entrée such as chicken
parmigiana, lasagna, or cheese ravioli, with unlimited soup or salad and
breadsticks, and family members joining a veteran or active military member at the
table get 10% off on Veterans Day.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt: All vets and active-duty personnel get a free 11-ounce
frozen yogurt.

Outback Steakhouse: Customers with military ID get a free Blooming Onion
appetizer and free beverages on November 11, and all military and their families
get 15% off the bill anytime from November 12 to December 31.

Peet’s Coffee: Complimentary drip coffee or tea is available to all vets and active-
duty military on Wednesday.

Ponderosa Steakhouse: Both Ponderosa and its sister chain Bonanza Steakhouse
offer free meals for veterans and active military from 4 p.m. until closing.

Red Lobster: From November 9 to 12, veterans and active military receive a
complimentary appetizer or dessert.

Red Robin: Help yourself to a Red’s Tavern Double burger and bottomless steak
fries if you’re a veteran or active-duty personnel.

Sheetz: In addition to a free six-inch turkey sub and regular-size fountain drink at
Sheetz convenience stores, all veterans and current service members are welcomed
to a free car wash at participating locations.

Shoney’s: The All-American Burger is free all day long for veterans and active-duty
military.

Sizzler: Veterans and active military get free lunch—entrée and a beverage—at
participating locations until 4 p.m.

Twin Peaks: Take your pick of a free Philly cheesesteak or crispy chicken tender
basket with military ID.

Wayback Burgers: Get a free Wayback Classic Cheeseburger (or a Crispy Chicken
Sriracha Sandwich at a couple of locations) if you’re a veteran or active-duty
personnel.

White Castle: Get a free breakfast slider and a small coffee or other drink if you’re
a veteran or active-duty military.
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