Free lunch or dinner for veterans and active duty military at Ivar’s and Kidd Valley restaurants

  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017 3:57pm
  • Life

To honor those that have served our country, Ivar’s and Kidd Valley are offering veterans a complimentary meal of its seafood and hamburger fare during both lunch and dinner this Veterans Day.

Ivar’s maintains a seafood bar in Bothell, at 24016 Bothell Everett Hwy #400, while Kidd Valley has one location in Kirkland, at 5910 Lake Washington Boulevard NE, and another in Kenmore, at 6434 Bothell Way NE.

Ivar’s Seafood Bars will offer up three-piece Fish ‘n Chips, Baby Prawns n’ Chips, four-piece Pollock ‘n Chips, Shrimp Caesar Salad (not available at Fish Bars), and Clam Chowder Bread Bowl.

Kidd Valley will satiate the carnivores of the bunch with a free meal that includes a cheeseburger, fries and regular soft drink.

Additionally, Ivar’s Acres of Clams, Salmon House and Mukilteo Landing will be serving select items like their world-famous Fish ‘n Chips with coleslaw; Salmon House Seafood Medley with Alaska salmon, halibut, wild pink shrimp, scallops and Penn Cove clams and mussels; and Seared Wild Sockeye Salmon with tomato-fennel chutney or Macadamia Crusted Alaska Lingcod with mango guava butter.

The menus may vary by location. For full menu offerings, visit www.Ivars.com/veterans or www.KiddValley.com.

Veterans must show proof of military service such as VA Universal Access Card, Military ID, DD-214 (discharge papers) or Veterans Service Organization Card. One per person, only. No purchases are required.

The offerings will last all day, Saturday, during normal business hours at Ivar’s 23 Seafood Bars throughout Washington, excluding stadium locations; Ivar’s three full service locations, where reservations are highly recommended; and Kidd Valley’s seven locations throughout the Puget Sound, excluding stadiums.

For more information on the Veterans Day specials, including full menus, visit www.Ivars.com/veterans or www.KiddValley.com.

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