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In honor of Veterans Day, plenty of restaurants are giving back to those who have served our country.  Here's a list of some of the restaurants participating for 2013!

Applebee's – Veterans and active duty military receive a FREE meal on Veterans Day.  Offer good during business hours on November 11.  Click here for special menu options to choose from, and to find a location near you.   Proof of service required.

Bob Evans – Veterans and active military personnel get FREE all-you-can-eat hotcakes on Monday, November 11 with valid military ID.  To find a location, click here.

Boston Market – Stop by any Boston Market location and show your valid military ID to receive a FREE whole chicken when you purchase a family meal.  Click here to find a location near you.

Carrabba's Italian Grill – All active military and retired veterans receive a FREE appetizer from November 9-11 at Carrabba's locations across the U.S.  Click here for details and locations.

Chili's – On Veterans Day, all veterans and active military personnel receive a FREE entrée from their special Veterans Day menu.  Dine-in only.  Beverages and gratuity not included.  Proof of military service required.  Click here for more info.

Denny's – Military personnel with valid ID will receive FREE all-you-can-eat pancakes on Veterans Day from 6 a.m. – 2 p.m. at all participating U.S. locations.  Click here for more info

Einstein Bros. Bagels FREE bagel or schmear (or any other topping) to all active, inactive and retired military personnel on Monday, November 11 from 5:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Good at various locations.  Click here for details.

Golden Corral – On Monday, November 11 from 4-9 p.m., all veterans and active-duty service members will receive a FREE Veterans Day buffet and beverage in their Military Appreciation Monday Thank You Dinner.  All locations participating.  Click here for details

HootersFREE meal (up to $10.99) for all veterans and current servicemen and women on Veterans Day (Monday, November 11) with any drink purchase.  Must present military ID or proof of service.  Offer good at any Hooters location across the country.  Click here for more details. 

IKEA FREE entrée for any active, reserve or retired service members at any IKEA Restaurant from Saturday, November 9 to Monday, November 11 when you show a form of military ID.  Click here for complete details

J. Christopher's - Veterans receive a FREE meal on Veterans Day (November 11).  Must have valid ID or be in uniform.  J. Christopher's will also donate $1,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project.  Click here for location information

Krispy Kreme – Show your military ID or wear your uniform on Veterans Day and receive a FREE doughnut and small coffee!  Offer valid Monday, November 11 only at participating U.S. Krispy Kreme stores.  Click here for a list of participating locations.

LongHorn Steakhouse - From November 11-14, service members receive a FREE Texas Tonion appetizer and non-alcoholic beverage.  Valid ID required.  For details, click here

McCormick & Schmick'sFREE entrée from special menu offered for Veterans Day (November 11) with valid ID.  No to-go orders permitted.  Click here for location and offer information.

Menchie'sFREE yogurt (up to 6 oz.) for active duty military and veterans with valid ID on Monday, November 11.   Click here for locations

O'Charley's – On Monday, November 11, all active-duty military personnel and veterans will receive a FREE meal.  Military ID or other proof of service required.  For details and location info, click here.

Olive Garden FREE meal from a special menu for all veterans and current service members on Monday, November 11.  Family dining with them will receive 10% off their meal.  Click here for details and locations

On the Border – Veterans and active-duty military will receive a FREE Create Your Own Combo meal on Monday, November 11.  To find a location near you, click here.

Outback Steakhouse – All service members and veterans will receive a FREE Bloomin' Onion and beverage on Monday, November 11—as well as a 10 percent discount through the end of the year as thanks for their service.  Offers valid to active and former military service members with valid ID.   For location info and offer details, click here.

Red Lobster - From November 11 to November 14, service members receive a FREE appetizer from a list of 10 options.  Click here for more info.

Red Robin – All veterans and active duty military will receive a FREE Tavern Double Burger and Bottomless Steak Fries on Monday, November 11.  Military ID or proof of service required.  For details and locations, click here.

Starbucks FREE tall coffee to all active duty, military spouses and veterans.  Offer good all day on Monday, November 11.  Click here for location info.

Sweet Tomatoes - Throughout Veterans Day weekend (Saturday, November 9,, Sunday, November 10 and Monday, November 11), all current and former military personnel can eat FREE, with the purchase of one full price meal and 2 beverages; or can purchase a single meal at 50% off when you buy a refillable fountain beverage.  Click here for more info and to find a location near you

Texas Roadhouse FREE special menu lunch on Monday, November 11 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. to all active, retired or former military.  Valid ID or proof of service required.  Click here for location information.

TGI Fridays – In honor of Veterans Day, all active duty military service members and veterans will receive a FREE lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on November 11.  Valid ID required.  Select lunch menu items only.  Click here for locations

Twin Peaks – Servicemen and women get a FREE meal on Veterans Day!  Offer good for all active and retired military for lunch or dinner.  Click here for location information.

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