To acknowledge Veterans Day, some local restaurants are taking the opportunity to thank and celebrate the people who are willing to sacrifice and serve our country. Here's a quick guide to the Denver restaurants honoring veterans and active duty military.
New hot burger spot Hopdoddy's Burger Bar is cutting the bill in half for all military service members, including those in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard. Guests must be in uniform or present a military id to receive the discount. The discount will apply to the entire bill of the military guest and three family members if the bill is paid in one transaction.
Session Kitchen will donate 20% of all dinner sales to the local non-profit, Veterans to Farmers. Additionally, Session Kitchen server Nathan Buss will feature his Tips 4 Tuesdays program. He will donate 100% of his tips from the evening directly to the organization.
Concepts Restaurants is offering free meals to all veterans at Ignite Burgers and Humboldt Farm, Fish and Wine in Denver. The group's Boulder restaurant, Spruce Farm & Fish, is also participating. Show an active or retired military ID or wear a military uniform to receive a free meal and non-alcoholic drink.
All Denver metro area Dunkin' Donuts are serving free medium hot or iced coffees to veterans.
Veterans and active duty military who dine at Ocean Prime will receive an 11% discount for up to four guests.
Denver-area On The Border restaurants are serving free meals to veterans and active duty military. The Mexican eatery is offering free "Create your own combo" meals. To receive the free meal, guests will need to provide proof of military service.
Prost Brewing Company will buy the first beer for all Veterans who stop into the brewery that day.
All active military and veterans at The Corner Bar will receive a free meal as a part of their "Free Meal for Veterans" program.
All Veterans and current Military will receive a 50% discount on their order on Veteran's Day at La Biblioteca, Tamayo, La Sandia and Zengo.