La Botana Honors Vets on Veterans Day with Complimentary Cuisine

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Arnoldo Silva, owner of La Botana Fresco Grill & Cantina, is proud to announce he will be offering meals to vets on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11, free of charge.

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This is La Botana’s way of giving back to the veterans of our country who sacrificed so much of themselves. By offering free food to them on Veterans Day, we are expressing how much we appreciate their service.

“This is La Botana’s way of giving back to the veterans of our country who sacrificed so much of themselves,” said Arnoldo, an Army veteran himself. “By offering free food to them on Veterans Day, we are expressing how much we appreciate their service.”

La Botana is a family owned and operated Mexican restaurant. Its owner, Arnoldo, not only prides himself on the business he runs, but also on his service as a veteran. It is Arnoldo’s commitment to duty and helping others that prompted him to offer this incentive to veterans on the day honoring them.

La Botana will be offering veterans this complimentary courtesy on specific menu items all day on Veterans Day. Qualified veterans will need to present identification. Additionally, La Botana offers a 25-percent discount to active military members with ID every day of the year. For more information, please call (520) 777-8801.

About La Botana
La Botana Fresco Grill & Cantina is renowned for its Southern Mexican cuisine, serving unique tacos, burritos, seafood specialties and much more. Its three main objectives are to serve unique food at unbeatable prices with excellent service (aka Bueno, Bonito y Barato). The restaurant is located at 3200 N. 1st Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719. Follow La Botana on Facebook.

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