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Free, discounted food and drink for veterans, military members

Updated November 11, 2019 - 12:45 pm

Veterans, you have the satisfaction of knowing you contributed to the cause of freedom, but this month you can reap more tangible rewards. A number of Southern Nevada restaurants and bars are offering discounts — or even free food and drink — in honor of Veterans Day on Nov. 11, and in some cases they extend all month.

In all cases, they’re available to veterans and active-duty members of the military, and ID is required.

The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; 702-632-4700 or cosmopolitanlasvegas.com: 15 percent off on services and two-for-one drinks in the parlor from 5 to 8 p.m. for veterans.

The Barrymore, Royal Resort, 99 Convention Center Drive; 702-430-5550 or barrymorelv.com: Ongoing 15-percent discount for military and first responders.

Beer Park, Paris Las Vegas; 702-444-4500 or beerpark.com: 20-percent discount on beer and food Nov. 11; ongoing 10-percent discount.

Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, The Venetian; 702-414-2337 or venetian.com: Red, White & Blue Cake Shake, vanilla shake with vanilla-frosted rim with red, white and blue sprinkles topped with red, white and blue cake, whipped cream, more sprinkles and a cherry, $19, Nov. 8-11, but free to all veterans and active-duty members of the military.

Bonefish Grill, Town Square and 8701 W. Charleston Blvd.; bonefishgrill.com: Free appetizer on Nov. 11.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., 3717 Las Vegas Blvd. South; 702-795-1016 or bubbagump.com: 20 percent off entire meal, up to parties of four, and retail purchases.

Cabo Wabo Cantina, Miracle Mile Shops; 702-385-2226 or cabowabocantina.com: 20 percent off cocktails Nov. 11.

California Pizza Kitchen, multiple locations; cpk.com: Free entree from a list of six pizzas, four salads and three pasta dishes, plus iced tea or fountain beverage Nov. 11.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill, 10160 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson, and 8771 W. Charleston Blvd.; carrabas.com: Free order of calamari with purchase Nov. 8-11 for veterans, active-duty members of the military, law-enforcement officers and firefighters, and ongoing 10 percent off for all active and retired service members.

Chipotle, multiple locations; chipotle.com: Buy-one-get-one burrito, bowl, salad or taco for all active-duty military, reserves, national guard, military spouses and retired military, one per person.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, multiple locations; dickeys.com: Free classic sandwich and a side on Nov. 11.

Elephant Bar, The District at Green Valley Ranch, Henderson; 702-361-7468 or elephantbar.com: Ongoing 15-percent discount for military and first responders.

Farmer Boys, multiple locations; farmerboys.com: Free Big Cheese Cheeseburger, in-store, on Nov. 11. Must mention the offer.

Flour & Barley, The Linq Promenade; 702-440-4430 or caesars.com: Ongoing 15-percent discount for military and first responders.

Freed’s Bakery and Freed’s Dessert Shops; freedsbakery.com: Free red velvet cupcake with cream cheese icing or chocolate or vanilla cupcake with buttercream icing on Nov. 11, and 10-percent discount on all desserts.

Garden Buffet, South Point; 702-796-7111 or southpointcasino.com: For the veteran/military member and a guest, free breakfast with bottomless bloody marys, lunch or prime rib dinner buffet Nov. 11.

Hakkasan Restaurant, MGM Grand; 702-891-7888 or mgmgrand.mgmresorts.com: 20-percent discount through Nov. 30.

Haute Doggery, The Linq Promenade; 702-430-4435 or caesars.com: Ongoing 15-percent discount for military and first responders.

Holsteins Shakes & Buns, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; 877-893-2001 or cosmopolitanlasvegas.com: Ongoing 15-percent discount for military and first responders.

La Belle Terre Bakery & Cafe, 8390 W. Sahara Ave.; 702-685-7712 or lbtbakery.com: Free regular coffee and plain croissant Nov. 9-11; plus, for purchases, 15 percent off the final bill.

Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que, The District at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson and Red Rock Resort; lucillesbbq.com: 20 percent off through Nov. 30 (excluding Thanksgiving), plus free dessert on Nov. 11.

Market Place Buffet, JW Marriott Las Vegas; 702-507-5944 or the resortatsummerlin.com: Free buffet on Nov. 11.

Metro Diner, 249 N. Stephanie St. in Henderson and 7305 S. Rainbow Blvd.; metrodiner.com: 50 percent off on Nov. 11.

The Palm, The Forum Shops at Caesars; 702-732-7256 or thepalm.com: 50 percent off entrees on Nov. 11.

PT’s Taverns, multiple locations; pteglv.com: Free 12-ounce Bud Light on Nov. 11.

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant, Downtown Summerlin; 702-982-0111 or panchosrestaurant.com: 25-percent discount on food all day Nov. 11.

Ri Ra, The Shoppes at Mandalay Place; 702-632-7447 or rira.com: 15-percent discount on food Nov. 11.

Searsucker, Caesars Palace; 702-866-1800 or searsucker.com: 20 percent off through Nov. 30.

Seasons Buffet, Silverton; 702-263-7777 or silvertoncasino.com: Free buffet on Nov. 11.

Slater’s 50/50, 467 E. Silverado Ranch Blvd.; 702-766-5050 or slaters5050.com: 10 percent off on Nov. 11.

Smashburger, multiple locations; smashburger.com: Free Double Burger with any purchase on Nov. 11.

Therapy, 518 E. Fremont St.; 702-912-1622 or therapylv.com: Free house wine or draft beer on Nov. 11. Ongoing 10-percent discount on food and drink.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, The Venetian; 702-297-6541 or venetian.com: Free meal Nov. 11, up to a $75 value, gratuity not included, not valid on alcohol.

Contact Heidi Knapp Rinella at Hrinella@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0474. Follow @HKRinella on Twitter.

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