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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.
Give One Year of 5280 for just $16.
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.
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.