Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Atlanta Restaurants Cook Up Delicious Dishes for U.S. Veterans on November 11

No amount of thanks will ever do our appreciation for the men and women of the U.S. Armed Services justice; those who selflessly provide protection and freedom every day so that we are able to live peacefully in this great nation. On Monday, November 11, Atlanta restaurants celebrate Veterans Day by cooking up small, but delicious, tokens of gratitude for these heroes. 

Those both retired and active are invited to the tables of Article 14Der BiergartenGame-XMax's Coal Oven PizzeriaSTATS and Glenn's Kitchen or SkyLounge at The Glenn Hotel for half-off savings with a U.S. military ID. Marlow's Tavern in Midtown is also saluting these individuals by offering 50 percent off the price of an entrée with U.S. military ID. As for the rest of us? Continue the celebration by cheering veterans on when the Georgia Veterans Day Parade steps off from Peachtree Street near Ralph McGill at 11:11 a.m. on Saturday, November 9 and ends up in Centennial Olympic Park around lunchtime. If you can't make it to the parade, remember to thank a veteran with a few words of kindness whenever you see them, considering we wouldn't have the same prosperous lives without them. 

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