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Military Veterans Command Respect in Restaurants

This Veterans Day, military professionals around the country will find a welcoming audience in restaurants. Countless operators, from the most recognized chains to the smallest independents, will offer food and drink specials to show their appreciation for the men and women who have served our country.

Applebee's Offering Free Meals on Veterans Day

For the ninth consecutive year, Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar will honor veterans and active members of the United States military by offering each a free meal at any of the nearly 1,900 Applebee's restaurants in the U.

Shoney's Sponsors Career Fair for 7,400 High School Freshmen

The chairman and CEO of Nashville-based Shoney’s Corporation, David Davoudpour, joined Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) Director Dr. Shawn Joseph and Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ralph Schultz in hosting the 2016 “My Future, My Way” Career Exploration Fair on October 27 at the Music City Center.

Chef Vivian Howard's Small-Town Story Makes a Big Difference

A self-described storyteller whose first book, Deep Run Roots, debuted last month, Vivian Howard has made a tremendous impact on her hometown and on the restaurant industry. One of her most compelling attributes is the candor with which she discusses her work, her rise to culinary acclaim, and her impassioned perceptions of the industry’s most sacred cows.

IHOP Offering Free Red, White, & Blue Pancakes to Veterans

This Veterans Day, IHOP Restaurants nationwide will again pay tribute to the more than 23 million men and women who have retired from or are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces by offering a complimentary stack of patriotic Red, White & Blue Pancakes.

Mimi’s to Give Free Entrée on Veterans Day

Mimi’s, the popular neighborhood cafe offering French-inspired American comfort food, is saluting America’s military with a free entrée from a special all-day "Veterans Day" menu—featuring top selections from its everyday breakfast, lunch and dinner menus—on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11.

Arooga’s Offering Free Meals to Veterans at Pennsylvania Locations

Arooga’s Grille House & Sports Bar is saluting America’s veterans with a free meal this meal this Veterans Day (November 11) all day at all Pennsylvania locations.All veterans and troops will receive one complimentary item from a fixed menu including some of Arooga’s favorites such as their famous Crab Pretzel, Buffalo Pretzel, Arooga’s Chopped Salad, Blackened Chicken Caesar Salad, Buffalo Chicken Flatbread, Wagyu Cheeseburger, Wagyu Grilled Dog, BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich, Grilled Cheese, and Creamy Tomato Basil Soup, Spicy Italian Wrap or Sub, Original Boli, and, of course, their world famous boneless wings (10) tossed in any one of their more than 30 sauce creations.

Shoney’s Offering Free Burger to Veterans and Troops on Veterans Day

Shoney’s is thanking our nation’s veterans and troops with a free All-American Burger in what has become a beloved tradition on Veterans Day, this year on November 11.“For nearly 70 years, Shoney’s has been an American treasure and has always been a ‘Welcome Home’ sign to America’s military,” CEO David Davoudpour says.

The RAM Restaurant Group Raises Over $15,000 for ALS Research

The RAM Restaurant Group, owners of The RAM and C.B. & Potts Restaurants and Breweries, recently participated in the annual “Ales for ALS” campaign, raising $15,762 for ALS research. Their “IPA 4 ALS” small-batch seasonal IPA was on tap at all company locations.