California restaurants are stepping up with freebies & specials to thank vets and active duty for their service
ACAPULCO: On Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, the Mexican chain invites veterans and active military, with ID, to enjoy a complimentary, three-item combination plate. Options include tacos, enchiladas or such classics as chicken tamales, chile rellenos or chicken taquitos. Meals include rice, refried beans or fresh vegetables. Restaurant finder here.
APPLEBEE’S: Vets and active duty with proof of service are entitled to a free meal on Veterans Day 2020 as part of the chain’s decade-plus-long tradition. Offer is good at participating locales, and menu options may vary. Find restaurants near you.
BLACK ANGUS: On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, vets and military can order the All-American Steak Plate for $10.99 — featuring an 8-ounce sirloin, mashed potatoes, broccoli and a non-alcoholic beverage. The offer is good from open to close, for on-site dining or takeaway (order online) and with a valid military ID or proof of service . . . . full list here at Patch
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