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Active Military & Veterans Get Discounts on Las Olas Restaurants For National Military Appreciation Month

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Mission United and the United Way of Broward County have gotten together to honor the men and women who serve our country.

As a way of saying "thank you" during National military appreciation month, several Las Olas businesses are providing discounts throughout May to veterans and active military personnel who show their military ID.

Mission United is a new program that supports US military service members, veterans, and their families in Broward County by helping them are-acclimate themselves to civilian life.

Some of Las Olas' best restaurants and venues have joined in the program, providing some good discounts or freebies. Here's the list of participating businesses and the discounts offered:

Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale - $5 admission (regularly $9 Military Rate)

Grille 401 - Free appetizer with the purchase of an entrée

SoLita Italian Restaurant & The Parlor Lounge - 15% off entire bill

Riverside Hotel - $25.00 off of best available rate for any night booked in May. Book online at riversidehotel.com and use access code 25OFF.

Cheese Culture - 15% off entire bill

The Golden Lyon Vintage Pub - Happy hour prices on drinks open to close. Receive a complimentary glass of wine or cocktail with the purchase of an entrée.

Preston's Wine & Martini Lounge - Happy hour prices on drinks open to close. Receive a complimentary glass of wine or cocktail with the purchase of an entrée.

Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille (Bar only) - Happy hour prices on drinks open to close. Receive a complimentary glass of wine or cocktail with the purchase of an entrée.

Indigo Restaurant - Receive a complimentary glass of wine or cocktail with the purchase of an entrée.



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