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Thank You, Veterans: Meal Deals for Denver’s Military Members

Veterans can take advantage of complimentary meals, caffeine, and more on November 11. 


Businesses across the state and around the country are rallying around our service members this Veteran’s Day. If you’re a soldier, take advantage of treats—like complimentary meals and caffeine fixes—on November 11. Just make sure to bring your military ID or come in uniform.

Humboldt: Farm Fish Wine: The uptown seafood joint will fuel our vets, past and current, for free all day.


Zengo: Military personnel can eat for half off at Zengo—and the rest of Richard Sandoval eateries around town, which includes La Biblioteca, Tamayo, and La Sandia.

Spruce Farm & Fish: Head to up Highway 36 for a complimentary plate of locally-sourced seafood in Boulder.

Rock Bottom Brewery: Who doesn’t enjoy a free beer? Grab one at the 16th Street Mall’s staple brewhouse.

Dunkin Donuts: Snag a medium cup of Joe, hot or iced. (Starbucks is also offering a free tall cup of coffee to vets all day.)

Little Man Ice Cream: Anyone with a military ID will receive a free kids’ cup of ice cream from the Highland spot on Tuesday, but the popular spot also offer free ice cream to anyone in uniform, and a 15 percent discount for veterans with a military ID card, year-round.


Historians Ale House: The South Broadway bar will sell its beer-plus-a-burger deal (normally $4.95) for half off.

(Watch: A Veteran Demonstrates How to Fold the Flag)

Have another suggestion? Let us know in the comments below. Bonus: For more ways to get involved, check out our top volunteer and do-good picks for this week.

Jerilyn Forsythe, Digital Associate Editor

Jerilyn Forsythe co-directs 5280.com's editorial strategy, manages the magazine's social media presence, and oversees 5280's digital internship program. Follow her on Instagram or Twitter @jlforsyt.

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