Free Burger For Veterans at Hard Rock Café Orlando For Veteran’s Day

If you are a USA military veteran, the Hard Rock Café at CityWalk in Orlando always gives you a 15% off on food and non-alcoholic beverage purchases. This is a wonderful sign of appreciation. In addition, this Veteran’s Day (November 11th, 2021), veterans can get a free Legendary Burger.

Hard Rock Café wants to thank veterans for their dedication and service. They are offering this gift to show that.

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According to Hard Rock Café media release, veterans simply need to show a valid ID to get the free burger. Usually with these type promotions, they are for dine-in only but that is not listed in promotional material. Since this location has been expanded their online ordering, you might be able to get this burger as a take-out order also.

As Hard Rock Café menus will tell you, the Legendary Burger is the one that started it all. Hard Rock Café has some of the better burgers you will find. Since Hard Rock Café is an easy walk from either of the two Universal Orlando land theme parks, you could visit the parks and use this offer for your lunch break.

Photo from Hard Rock Cafe website

The Original Legendary Burger is a steak burger, with Applewood bacon, cheddar cheese, a crispy onion ring, leaf lettuce and vine-ripened tomato. As you might expect, this burger comes with a serving of fries.

Based on Orlando location menu, there are also several other varieties of Legendary burgers. If you prefer a plant-based burger, veterans should be able to select that for their free burger. However, do check with this location before ordering.

Now, Universal Orlando CityWalk has become a more difficult place to get a table at a full-service location. If you are planning to go Hard Rock Café during dinner time, reservations would be suggested. Hard Rock Café even recommended reservations with this free burger promotion.

Most importantly, veterans, thank for your service!


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