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Lemont Businesses Offer 'Values for Veterans'

Servicemen and women can enjoy discounts on food and other products and services this month.

Lemont businesses are offering a number of dining and shopping discounts as a tribute to local veterans and those currently enlisted in the military. Service members and veterans are asked to present their military IDs to enjoy these specials and discounts.

Front Street Cantina The restaurant, located at 319 Front St., is offering 15 percent off meals Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11. For more information, call 630-312-8636 or visit www.frontstreetcantina.com.

Pancake Café at 1264 State St. will give veterans and service members 25 percent off their meals Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11. For more information, call 630-243-9505 or visit www.pcpancakecafe.com.

3 Corners Grill & Tap at 12371 S. DerbyRoad, will offer 25 percent off food purchases Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11. For more information, call 630-257-7780 or visit 3cornersgrill.com.

Kitaro Grill & Sushi Lounge at 1224 State St., is offering 15 percent off a dine-in meal Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 10 and 11. Call 630-257-2205 or visit www.gokitaro.com

United Cleaners at 1114 State St. offers a 20 percent military discount every day. Call 630-257-2101.

Avon - Local Avon representative Marie is offering servicemen and women 15 percent off their product total for the month of November. For more information, email avonmarie93@yahoo.com.

Nick’s Tavern at 221 Main St. will take 10 percent off meals on Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11. Call 630-257-6564 or visit http://nickstavernlemont.net/.

Mindflow Café at 206 Main St. will provide a free lunch to all veterans and military personnel wearing their colors or uniform – or 20 percent off food/beverage with military ID. Call 630-410-2397 or visit www.mindlowcafe.com.

Pawz & Klawz Pet Salon at 447 Talcott St. will take 20 percent off pet grooming Nov. 9, 10 and 12. For more information, call 630-257-0245.

Editor’s note: Values for Veterans was organized by the Hope and Friendship Foundation. (hopeandfriendship@comcast.net)

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