Friday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, a federal holiday that commemorates those who have served in the US military. Check out this list of Veterans Day specials happening throughout Nashville through the weekend. Pro tip: Most businesses ask to see a form of official military identification. To all of our veteran and active-duty military readers, thank you for your service.
Things to eat
- Perry’s | Thursday, Nov. 10 + Friday, Nov. 11 | From 4 p.m. to closing on Thursday, veterans can enjoy one complimentary dinner chop when an accompanying guest purchases a dinner entrée for dine-in. On Veterans Day, visit Perry’s during lunch hours from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for one complimentary pork chop lunch when a guest purchases an entrée.
- Assembly Food Hall | Friday, Nov. 11 | Receive a complimentary hall pass to use at over 30 eateries and bars + get $1 OFF any Yazoo pint with a souvenir cup at Homegrown Bar.
- Edley’s Bar-B-Que | Friday, Nov. 11 | The restaurant is offering active and retired service members a free pork sandwich on Veterans Day + receive 25% off your order everyday.
- Bearded Iris Brewing | Saturday, Nov. 12 | The Sylvan Supply taproom will host a Veterans Day Brulee from 12-4 p.m. with discounts for past and present service members — bonus: Proceeds will go to Creativets to help empower wounded veterans to heal through arts and music.
What to do
- Grand Ole Opry | Thursday, Nov. 10 | Medical Music group, along with a variety of celebrity performers, will bring the “An American Resurrection: Yes I’ll Rise Again!” concert to Nashville. A limited number of tickets will be available to veterans at no cost + veterans can use code “VET2022" for 50% off of ticket prices.
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum | Friday, Nov. 11 | Military personnel and up to three immediate family members can tour the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for free + receive a 10% discount at the Museum Store and the Hatch Show Print retail store.
- Nashville Zoo | Sunday, Nov. 13 | Active military personnel, military veterans, and their immediate families will gain free admission to the Nashville Zoo from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. for the zoo’s Military Appreciation Day.