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Since opening one year ago, Ginger Monkey’s TV Dinners have become the best selling entrée on the menu.

Ginger Monkey to Thank Veterans With a Free TV Dinner

November 06, 2017 Industry News

Ginger Monkey, a neighborhood tavern in Chandler, Arizona, is thanking veterans and troops with a free TV Dinner this Veterans Day, November 11.

Since opening one year ago, Ginger Monkey’s TV Dinners have become the best selling entrée on the menu and the brand recently introduced a Breakfast TV Dinner in time for football season. For Veterans Day, Ginger Money is also offering three new Lunch TV dinners for veterans to enjoy, all served in a divided metal TV tray.

  • Breakfast TV Dinner—Two eggs cooked your way, sausage or bacon, creamy hash brown bake, fruit and a fresh baked cinnamon roll. (available from 10 am to 3 pm)
  • Lunch TV Dinner—Spaghetti and Sausage, garlic bread, fruit and a fresh baked chocolate chip cookie (available all day)
  • Lunch TV Dinner—Grilled chicken, Brussels sprouts, Caesar salad, fruit and a and a fresh baked chocolate chip cookie (available all day)
  • Lunch TV Dinner—Turkey Panini, fries, Caesar salad, fruit and a fresh baked chocolate chip cookie (available all day)
  • The “Original” TV Dinner—Choice of meatloaf or turkey and gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, creamed corn and an apple crisp. (available after 3 pm)

Ginger Monkey Veterans Eat Free offer is valid only on Sunday, November 11. The offer cannot be used in conjunction with other offers or discounts. One TV Dinner per person.

Guests will need to provide proof of military service, which include U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Services Retired Identification Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, DD214, Citation or Commendation.

Ginger Monkey is located on the southwest corner of Arizona and Ocotillo, 135 W Ocotillo Rd., in Chandler. 

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