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Discounts available to veterans in honor of Veterans Day

Deb Erdley
| Wednesday, November 7, 2018 4:51 p.m.
Marine Corps Sgt. Jim Mullen of Braddock looks up at the flag during the opening ceremony for a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial called “The Wall The Heals” at a Renziehausen Park in McKeesport, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018.
Eric Schmadel | Tribune-Review
Poppy pins for a veterans tribute at the Bethlen Home on November 2, 2013 in Ligonier.

Discounts available in honor of Veterans Day include:

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar is offering all veterans and active-duty military a complimentary meal Nov. 11 from an exclusive menu featuring eight entreés.

In addition to this free meal, local Applebee’s restaurants will participate in the Buy A Vet A Bud program. Ongoing through Nov. 11, guests can purchase a Budweiser, Bud Light or O’Douls beer for a veteran in-restaurant on Veterans Day. Participating guests can create an original label with a personal message, which will be put on the bottle before it is served to the veteran.

Participating locations include Altoona, Beaver Falls, Butler, Clarion, Cranberry, Ebensburg, Gibsonia, Greensburg, Johnstown, McMurray, Monaca, Mt. Pleasant, Murrysville, New Castle, North Huntingdon, Edgewood, Greentree, North Hills, Penn Center, West Mifflin, Robinson, State College, Tarentum, Uniontown and Washington, along with Fairmont and Morgantown in West Virginia.


Bonefish Grill

Veterans visiting Bonefish Grill will be thanked Nov. 11 for their service with a free appetizer, including mussels Josephine, calamari, imperial dip or bang bang shrimp.

Active and retired service members must present a valid military ID at participating locations. Details:

Chili’s Grill & Bar

Veterans and active-duty military can enjoy a free meal at participating Chili’s restaurants Nov. 11, selecting from a variety of entreés. Details:

Eat’n Park Restaurants

Eat’n Park Restaurants is offering all active and former U.S. military personnel and their families a 10 percent discount on their entire check during the month of November. The discount applies to all meals on the active or former military personnel’s check.

The discount will be honored at all Eat’n Park locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. The discount is not valid for takeout or online orders and cannot be combined with any other discounts. Proof of service is required.

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Hoss’s Family Steak & Sea House

Veterans visiting participating Hoss’s Family Steak & Sea House restaurants from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 12 can enjoy the chain’s soup, salad and dessert bar, with beverage, free of charge. Or they may purchase a meal and add on the salad bar at no cost. Proof of service is required.


Red Lobster

Red Lobster is offering a free appetizer or dessert to active-duty military and reservists Nov. 11 and 12. Guests must show a valid military ID or proof of service to redeem this offer.



Sheetz is offering a free 6-inch turkey sub and a regular-size fountain drink at any of its 582 locations to veterans and active-duty military personnel Nov. 11.

Sheetz locations with car washes also will provide a free car wash to veterans and active-duty personnel. Military ID or proof of service is necessary to qualify.


Texas Roadhouse

Veterans and active, retired or former U.S. military can enjoy a free lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 11, choosing one of 10 entreés from a special Veterans Day menu. Proof of service includes military or VA card or discharge papers.

Regional locations include Greensburg, Bridgeville, Butler, Monaca, Washington and Pittsburgh locations at 3466 William Penn Highway, 8650 Duncan Ave. and 511 Clairton Blvd.


Primanti Brothers

Primanti Bros. Restaurant and Bar is offering a free “Almost Famous”sandwich to all veterans and active duty military on Sunday. The sandwich deal is available all day at all locations. The sandwich comprises grilled meat, Provolone cheese, sweet-and-sour slaw, French fries and tomatoes, between two slices of Italian bread. Customers will be asked to provide a military ID.

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