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Veterans Day Free Meals List 2010

Tomorrow we will be attending a special service honoring Veterans which made me wonder what specials, sales and free meals are available to celebrate Veterans Day.

Here is a list of restaurants offering Veterans Day Free Meals for 2010……


1. Abuelo’s Mexican Food Restaurant 
The Veterans Day deals from Abuelo’s vary by region, so check with your local restaurant before heading out. One example is a buy-one-get-one-free entree deal for all veterans and activspee military. Don’t forget to bring your military I.D.

2. Applebees 
All veterans and active duty military eat free from a limited menu at Applebee’s on Nov. 11. Simply show proof of service or arrive wearing a uniform.

3. Golden Corral
For the 10th year in a row, Golden Corral Restaurants will offer their Military Appreciation Monday dinner. The event is scheduled this year from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 15. All personnel are welcome, including retirees, veterans, active duty, National Guard and Reserves.

4. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants
For the 12th year running, participating restaurants in the national seafood chain offer a complimentary entree to vets from a special menu. Space is limited so online reservations are strongly recommended.

5. Outback Steakhouse
Veterans and active-duty military receive a free Bloomin’ Onion and non-alcoholic beverage on Veterans Day at participating Outback Steakhouses.
6. Subway 
Some Subway restaurants are distributing free six-inch subs to veterans or active-duty members on Veterans Day. Make sure you call ahead, however, as not all franchises are participating in this special event.

7. UNO Chicago Grill
Show up on Veterans Day in uniform, with a photo of yourself in uniform or with a military or veteran’s I.D. and receive a free entree or individual pizza, with an entree or pizza purchase of equal or greater value.

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