Monday is Memorial Day, and there are plenty of local restaurants looking to do right by those brave men and women who served—as well as help all of us cap off the three-day weekend. Here’s a look at your dining options around the city on Monday:
They’ll be showing off their new brunch menu from Saturday to Monday. You can also get their regular Monday special—there are 25¢ Gulf oysters, y’all—from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Everything is 50 percent off for veterans and active duty personnel at both locations. (Must be in uniform or have a military ID badge.)
They'll be open for dinner from 5 to 9 p.m., which includes their $20 steak for Monday Steak Night. All veterans and active duty personnel in uniform or with a military ID badge get a free banana pudding dessert.
They will be offering veterans 50 percent off their bill when they present their military ID on Memorial Day, at all locations. You can enjoy a special Monday brunch (counter service) from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Fielding's will have an all-day happy hour, a patio party that runs 11 a.m.–9 p.m., and live music running from 12–3 p.m.
F&O will be having a holiday brunch as well all-day happy hour at the bar.
FM Kitchen will give away a free FM burger for all veterans and active duty personnel. (Must be in uniform or have a military ID badge.)
Get $6 Molina's margaritas Saturday through Monday.
Just so you know: Ooh La La always offers 15 percent off to customers who present their valid military ID. They’ll have plenty of patriotic treats available over the weekend.
Ninfa's offers 50 percent off for veterans and active duty personnel, excluding alcohol. (Must be in uniform or have a military ID badge.)
Postino will be open for brunch from 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
The Union Kitchen will give a free entrée to all veterans and active duty personnel: Choose from a list that includes the Union Burger, Country Fried Chicken, Sarah’s Pepperoni, the Union Meatloaf, and Pistachio Crusted Chicken. All non-military diners can buy one entrée, get one free (one per table, dine-in only.)