Where Veterans, Active Duty Military Can Eat for Free (Or Cheap) in San Antonio on Memorial Day


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Domino's Pizza // Though Sunday, military personnel can snag a large two-topping pizza for $5.99 (carry-out only). Multiple locations, dominos.com.

Fogo de Chão // Veterans and active duty personnel can enjoy 50 percent off their meal while up to three of their guests can receive 10 percent of their own tab. 849 E Commerce St, (210) 227-1700, fogodechao.com.

Hooters // Naturally. Veterans and active duty members will receive a free meal from a select menu. Choose from a buffalo chicken sandwich, burger or one of the wings options. Multiple locations, hooters.com.

Outback Steakhouse // Take a trip to the Outback and enjoy 20 percent off your bill now through Monday. Multiple locations, outback.com.

Texas de Brazil // Go for something more upscale and take advantage of 50 percent off meals on Memorial Day. Those dining with a current or former military member will be treated to 20 percent off their meals (up to seven guests). 313 E Houston St, (210) 299-1600, texasdebrazil.com.

Twin Peaks // Known to some as a "classy Hooters," participating locations will offer free meals for veterans and active duty military from a special menu. Multiple locations, twinpeaksrestaurant.com.

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