Both veterans and active-duty military members can settle in at Cracker Barrel on November 11 for some soul food and a free slice of double chocolate fudge coca-cola cake or pumpkin pie latte.
Those not in the service but looking to support the military will have 10% of their purchase on select rockers donated to Operation Homefront, a national nonprofit organization supporting military families.
All veterans and active duty service members will receive a free build your own grand slam breakfast at Denny’s on November 11. The deal is good from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m. and is valid for dine-in only. Must show valid military ID or DD 214 to be eligible.
The donut and coffee chain is offering all veterans and active-duty military members a free donut of their choice on November 11. The deal is good in-store only and is not available for orders placed on the Dunkin’ mobile app.
Additionally, the first 50 eligible customers at participating locations will receive a thank you card written by members of A Million Thanks, a nonprofit organization that supports service members. Dunkin’ is also donating $10,000 to the organization in observation of the holiday.
Active duty members and veterans can take a trip to Red Lobster this Veteran’s Day and receive a free appetizer or dessert from a limited menu. Items included in the deal may vary by store, but the chain is advertising selections like coconut shrimp, stuffed mushrooms, cheesecake and more. Guests must show a valid military ID or proof of service to redeem the offer.
Chili’s is offering a free meal to veterans and active service members on November 11. Applicable entrees are from a limited menu and include quesadillas, pasta, burgers and more. The offer is only available for dine-in and participants must show proof of service.
Logan’s Roadhouse is inviting all active-duty and retired U.S. military personnel to enjoy a free meal from the American Roadhouse menu. This offer is available from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at all of Logan’s Roadhouse restaurants nationwide.
Outback is offering a 20% discount on November 8-11 for servicemen and women, police officers, firefighters, first responders, military personnel and their immediate family members. The offer cannot be combined with other discounts and valid ID must be presented.
All veterans and active-duty military personnel, and their families will receive a free cup of brewed coffee at participating Starbucks stores. The beverage chain is also donating 25 cents for every cup sold nationwide to nonprofits Team Rubicon and Team Red, White, and Blue.
Veterans get one free doughnut and one free coffee.
On Monday, Nov. 11, all retired and active military personnel who are in uniform or show a military ID at any local McDonald’s will receive a free Extra Value Meal.