Veterans Day is coming and businesses around Massachusetts are honoring active members of the military and those who have served under the agreement.

From whole foods or coffee, to sports and activities, companies are coming out on Thursday, November 11th to offer free meals and experiences.

See a list of some of the agreements that support patriots on this holiday.


Appleby’s neighboring Grill and Bar is a full-fledged introduction to all active military, veterans, reservists and members of the National Guard. Select the menu. These guests will receive a $ 5 return card on Thursday for a three-week meal, trip or delivery.

Barnes and nobles

Bookstore chain Barnes and Nobles, in agreement with their café, are offering free, fresh or frozen coffee or tea to all U.S. veterans and soldiers on November 11th.


If Denny offers your own great salami breakfast for free at the Patriots Inactive or retired military personnel from 5 a.m. to 12 p.m.

“As the epidemic continues, the honor of American heroes is now more important than ever,” said John Dylon, chief executive officer of Danny. “We look forward to welcoming them to our tents this year and starting our second heroic visit to show our gratitude and support to both veterans and active veterans.”

Dunkin ‘

Dunkin ‘ “Thanks a little for the great service,” the company said in a press release. No purchase required.

Of friendship

Of friendship It is offering free cheesecakes, fries and soft drinks to honor military veterans. The deal is valid all day, only November 11. Anyone who wants to know more about the Friendly Menu options can check it out. Online.

Ninety-nine restaurants

Ninety-nine restaurants will be offered free access to the selected menu from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This agreement is only available for dinner.

Items in the selected menu include:

  • Twin Catch (Baked North Atlantic Shrimp and Shrimp)
  • Country fried chicken
  • Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese
  • Vermont Cedar Burger
  • Apple Cranberry Chicken Salad
  • Southwest Fajita Chicken Bowl

Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness is inviting all veterans and active military personnel to work for free with a valid military ID. Locations in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island from November 8-16.

In addition to the full range of club services, including free small group fitness training offered by certified coaches, veterans and active military personnel are invited to participate in sports with them at no extra charge. They will also have access to hydromassage and chair massage.

Smoke bones

Need domestic support? Smoke bones in Tingborough and Stouton are providing free food to active and retired soldiers this Thursday. The deal is only good for eating.

Veterans can choose from three different foods, including:

  • 8 slices of boneless bones from roast, roasted beans, roasted corn or coriander
  • Toasted pork sausage from roast, baked beans, roasted corn or lentils
  • 4 whole wings from roast, roasted beans, roasted corn or coriander

Smoke detectors also provide a 10 percent military discount throughout the year, the company said.


On this patriotic day, Starbucks offers free long (12-ounce) fresh coffee to veterans, members of the military, and military couples. On the day, each freshly brewed coffee and coffee chain will be donated 25 cents and distributed equally among them. Head And Group red, white and blue The company claims to support the mental health and well-being of military communities.


Wendy is offering deals from their morning menu on November 11., offering a combination of veterans and active military free breakfast.

Winter skate in a patriotic place

Outdoor Skating Patriots venue opens Thursday And comes to an agreement with the Patriots.

Winter skiing offers free admission and successful rental for active military, veterans and their families from November 11 to November 14. A valid military ID is required to participate in the promotion.

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