On November 11, 2015, Veteran’s Day, raise your glass and make a toast to veterans and our active military. These are the men and women who have served to make this country free. With valor and honor, they have give their very lives for our nation, and one day a year we remember the ones that we have lost, celebrate the ones who have returned and encourage those who are still fighting. Here’s to veterans everywhere! Enjoy the extra holiday with these top Veteran’s Day drink specials in St. Louis.
Big Daddy’s is and always will be a supporter of veterans, police and firemen and women. In addition to the weekly drink specials of $2 “You-Call-Its” till 9 p.m. on Veteran’s Day, this neighborhood hot spot offers free appetizers with the purchase of one entree to any veteran with proof of ID. Enjoy year-round specials of half-off food for uniformed police, fire and military and a free shuttle to home sporting events. Even if you haven’t worn a uniform, come in to support those who have.Related: Top Spots To Eat Before the Game In St. Louis
Remember the country where you were stationed with your choice of 500 beers from 25 different countries and 40 beers on rotating taps. Wednesdays at International Tap House, iTap, began drawing crowds because of the drain, or kill, the keg for $12 that delivered continual replacing of whatever keg offered that night until closing time. Nowadays, Wednesdays have become known as a night to feature a select brewer. Start Veteran’s Day early this year on Tuesday evening from 8 to 10 p.m. with the iTap trivia night where prizes include free beer.
Humphrey’s Restaurant And Tavern
3700 Laclede Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
A favorite among area college students, everyone is welcome to celebrate or honor a veteran with a $1 shot. Other drink specials include special happy hour pricing from 3 to 7 p.m. The place has been known to offer domestic pitchers for $6, double well drinks or wine by the glass for $4.50. Whatever drink special you choose, it never hurts to accent it with a delicious meal, and this place has plenty of appetizers and food to fill you so you don’t have to drink on an empty stomach.
Many come to this Soulard neighborhood bar to catch a game of football on the big screen, for the amazing patio beer garden where even man’s best furry little friends are welcome or to just enjoy some time among friends. On Veteran’s Day, this area hot spot welcomes those who have served or are currently serving this great country. Veterans and active duty members receive $10 domestic buckets or a $2 fireball. Just bring your military identification to show the bartender when you arrive.Related: Top Beer Gardens In St. Louis
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