McCormick & Schmick’s 2023 Veterans Appreciation Day

McCormick & Schmick’s gives veterans and active duty personnel half off specially priced menu items on Veterans Day in 2023.
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McCormick and Schmick’s menu incorporates regional tastes, farm-fresh products, and local and sustainably sourced ingredients wherever possible to create a memorable upscale dining experience.

McCormick and Schmick’s invites Veterans of the U.S. Military, National Guard, Gold Star Parents, and Gold Star Spouses to enjoy a select half-priced entrée on Sunday, November 12, 2023.

The offer is available at most locations and if you want to take advantage, call your nearest location to confirm and to make an advance reservation.

2023 Half Price Veterans Day Menu

Roasted Butternut Squash Puree / Toasted Farro Risotto / Blistered Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Beets / Pancetta Lardons / Winter Greens / Horseradish Cream

Seasonal Vegetables / Mashed Potatoes

Linguini / Garlic / White Wine / Fresh Herbs

Chesapeake Fries / Cocktail Sauce

Mashed Potatoes / Seasonal Vegetables

Alaska Cod / Chesapeake Fries / Tartar Sauce

Mashed Potatoes

McCormick & Schmick's Veterans Day Deal

Offer Type
In Store Only

Valid Military ID

Who Qualifies?
Active-Duty, Veterans


On November 12, McCormick & Schmick's offers a 50% discount on lunch or dinner to veterans and Gold Star families. Known for its seafood and steaks, the restaurant chain has locations in major cities across the U.S. The special discount makes the day more affordable and enjoyable for those who served and their loved ones.

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More restaurants offering free meals on Veterans Day include Applebee’s, Bob Evans, Chili’sGolden Corral Little Caesar’s, Red Robin, Ruby Tuesday, Texas Roadhouse and many others. Visit our Mega-list of restaurants offering free meals on Veterans Day for more information!

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  1. Tanker says

    I went to the McCormik & Schmidt’s in Oakbrook, IL today. All the servers and a lady that might have been a manager were all surly and not friendly at all. Seemed they didn’t like giving free meals to vets. I had the medallions of beef that was extremely tough with gristle. I did appreciate the free meal even though it was not good

  2. Stanley Garcia says

    $2.13/hour for wait servers is Un-American legal slavery!

    Before I served in Vietnam from 1970 – 1972, I made $1.35/hr in 1969 working at Jack-In-The-Box.

    I definitely appreciate Veterans Day free meals, but every Sad Sack Vet needs to wake up and tip at least 20% of the menu price!

  3. Steveark says

    Thanks for your service to all of us citizens, and to other veterans! It is a great gesture for companies to offer discounts and gift services to those who have served and very nice of you to get the word out about this one. Great blog as well.

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