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Many suburban restaurants are saluting those who have served and are currently serving in the military by saying thank you with free or discounted meals on Veterans Day Saturday, Nov. 11. Here are some of those offerings.
Alexander’s Cafe: 1725 N. State St., Elgin, (847) 888-4146, alexanderscafe.com/; Old Republic, 155 S. Randall Road, Elgin, (224) 535-9544, oldrepublicbar.com/; Rookies Pub and Grill locations in Crystal Lake, Elgin, Geneva, Hoffman Estates, Huntley, Roselle and St. Charles; Village Squire locations in South Elgin, West Dundee and Crystal Lake. The Karas Restaurant Group is offering veterans and active-duty military a free entree Saturday at any of their locations. The offer is for dine-in only, drinks and gratuity not included, must show ID.
619 E. Boughton Road #A, Bolingbrook, (331) 246-0500; 17W350 22nd St., Oakbrook Terrace, (630) 478-8040; and 2835 Showplace Drive, Suite 139, Naperville, (331) 444-2050; barlouie.com/. Those who have served and are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces can receive a free craft burger such as the Bourbon BBQ Burger or GastroBurger on Saturday, Nov. 11, with proof of valid military ID. For dine-in only.
1025 Aurora Ave., Naperville, (630) 983-3000, mesonsabika.com/specials/. The Spanish tapas restaurant is thanking veterans for their service with 40% off their check for parties of four or less on Saturday, Nov. 11.
1001 75th St., Woodridge, (630) 427-0900, carrabbas.com/. All veterans and active-duty military with ID can receive a free appetizer or dessert and a soft drink Saturday. No purchase is required. Carrabba’s also offers service members, veterans and first responders a year-round Heroes Discount, which offers 10% off.
Locations across the suburbs; whitecastle.com/. White Castle is giving veterans and current military members a free combo meal Saturday, Nov. 11. No purchase is necessary, but a military ID is required. White Castle will also be serving its sliders in specially designed patriotic packaging.
Find the full list here in today’s Daily Herald