Texas Roadhouse Veterans Day 2021 – Free Meal Voucher

During Texas Roadhouse’s “Texas-sized Thank You for Serving Our Country” event this year, military members and veterans can pick up a meal voucher to redeem for one of 10 entrees, two sides and a non-alcoholic beverage.
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Texas Roadhouse will honor veterans and military members with a free meal voucher this Veterans Day 2021. 

During Texas Roadhouse’s “Texas-sized Thank You for Serving Our Country” event this year, military members and veterans can pick up meal vouchers to redeem for one of 10 entrees, two sides and a non-alcoholic beverage of their choice (soda, iced tea or coffee). 

Restaurant staff will hand out the vouchers in a drive-thru event set up in the restaurants’ parking lots on Thursday, Nov. 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to a press release from the restaurant. 

The Texas Roadhouse Veterans Day free meal Vouchers remain valid until May 30, 2022.  

How to Prove Your Eligibility

You will need to prove your military or veteran status in order to claim your meal voucher. You can do this in a number of ways, but it’s best to be prepared before you arrive so you can quickly pick up your voucher and go enjoy the many other Veterans Day offers available this year.

Here are some suggested forms of ID to prove your service:

If you have a different form of veteran ID, contact your local Texas Roadhouse to ask if they’ll accept it.

When Veterans Can Get Their Free Meal

Veterans can use their meal vouchers as soon as Texas Roadhouse opens for dinner on Veterans Day. 

Restaurants are always busy on Veterans Day, so check with your local Texas Roadhouse for hours and availability.

Meal vouchers are good until May 30, 2022, so you have some flexibility on when to enjoy your free meal.

How Texas Roadhouse Supports Military and Veterans

Veterans Day 2021 marks Texas Roadhouse’s 12th annual “Texas-sized Thank You for Serving Our Country” event to thank veterans and active military for their service. 

For more than 17 years, Texas Roadhouse has also partnered with Homes for Our Troops, a non-profit organization that provides free, custom homes for severely injured post-9/11 veterans. 

In an email to Military Wallet, Texas Roadhouse spokeswoman Amanda Norton said that restaurant locations across the country showcase their community’s military members and veterans on a wall display.

These displays include photos, flags, unit patches and awards.

In 2020, Texas Roadhouse was named one of America’s Best Employers for Veterans by Forbes. 

Texas Roadhouse is famous for hand-cut steaks, made from scratch sides, fresh-baked bread and a lively atmosphere. The family-friendly restaurant, which began in 1993, now has more than 610 locations in 49 states and 10 countries.

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Christy Van Drunen is a contributing writer for Military Wallet. She is a veteran with over 19 years of service with experience in many unique military specialties, including readiness and training, combat medicine, administration and communications security and repair. A service member herself, Van Drunen is also a military spouse. She is a lover of cocktails, a philosophy student and an avid gym rat. She lives with her husband, two dogs and two cats in mid-Missouri.

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  1. Nina Craig says

    Highly disappointed that meal vouchers were only available for a couple of hours during the normal work-day hours. We live in Janesville, but work in Beloit. We’re BOTH navy veterans, with proof, and it was disheartening to be geared up to have a lovely free meal off the special menu, only to find out we aren’t eligible as we couldn’t get the vouchers mid-day in the parking lot.

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