From offering discounted pet adoptions to free tacos, these Phoenix businesses are honoring those who have served this Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11.
(All deals are valid on Nov. 11, unless otherwise noted.)
Locally owned Pedal Haus Brewery is supporting those who have served by offering all military personnel and veterans 20 percent off all food and drinks, as well as half off any merchandise that day.
All five Barrio Queen locations will offer three free tacos with proof of military service.
Guests who present their U.S. military ID will receive 20 percent off their individual entrée at Chompie’s restaurants around the Valley. Offer is available on both dine-in and take-out orders.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is offering 25 percent off to active, retired military and veterans. In addition, the pizzeria gives 15 percent off year-round with its military discount.
Lost our Home Pet Rescue is offering 20 percent off all cat and dog adoptions to active military and veterans this Veteran’s Day. Adopt from Nov. 11 to Nov. 15, and enjoy 20 percent off with a valid military ID. Fill out an adoption questionnaire online and a staff member will contact you to schedule an appointment. To start the adoption process, visit www.lostourhome.org/adopt-a-pet.
Bring your favorite veteran to the Airbase Arizona Museum in Mesa. Docent Bill Querhn will also give an educational presentation at 11 a.m., which is free with regular admission ($15). This is a Blue Star Museum; active duty military are admitted free.
Angry Crab Shack offers 10 percent off year-round for all military with a valid ID at all locations.
Original Breakfast House annual Veterans Day event will be celebrated with a bang and includes a free meal for veterans with live entertainment, fun and games for the family all day long (7 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
S & V Urban Italian in Scottsdale is honoring veterans with a free meal with the purchase of another entrée of equal or lesser value by simply showing their military ID.
At Blue Clover Distillery in Scottsdale, enjoy a 20 percent discount on each veteran’s entire bill.
Roaring Fork will be offering 15 percent off the entire meal for veterans with military identification.
C2 Tactical is honoring active and retired military by offering free range time to those who have or are currently serving. The locally owned business asks you to show valid ID.
At locations across the Valley, Fired Pie will be giving a free entrée to all vets who show their ID or are in uniform. The company also offers a 10 percent discount year-round to veterans.
Scottsdale’sKasai Japanese Steakhouse is offering veterans 50 percent off their entrée.
At VooDoo Daddy’s Steam Kitchen in Tempe, all active or retired veterans will receive one free entrée with proof of service.