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Yonkers Downtown BID Offers Special Discounts for Veterans
Five Downtown Restaurants Will Participate in “Red White & Chew” Offerings Until Nov. 13 In Observance of Veterans Day
Coinciding with Veterans Day, the “Red, White & Chew” promotion period will run until November 13. During this time, veterans will be able to take advantage of discounts at these dining establishments:
Steve Sansone, Yonkers Downtown BID Executive Director, said: “This is a great way to recognize veterans who have honourably served our country with courage and sacrifice and to salute them for defending our freedom. We invite all veterans to take advantage of the “Red, White & Chew” discounts at the participating restaurants here in the Yonkers Downtown.”
The offerings will be:
- X20, 71 Water Grant Street, (914) 965-1111: A three-course dinner for $35.
-Zuppa, 59 Main Street, (914) 376-6500: A free glass of wine and a coffee or tea with $22 prix fixe lunch that includes appetizer, entrée and dessert
-Dolphin Restaurant Bar Lounge, 1 Van Der Donck Street, (914) 751-8170: 25% off entire check
-The Pizza Place, 92 Main Street, (914) 709-1050: 20% off entire check
-Undisputed Sports Bar & Grill, 38 ½ Main Street, (914) 376-0600: 20% off entire check.
To take advantage of the promotion, veterans should provide proper ID at participating venues. ID includes a valid Veterans Administration card, retired ID, Veterans organization membership card such as the American Legion or VFW or present an in-uniform photograph or wear a jacket, tie, hat or shirt with a Veteran’s or armed forces’ logo.
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The Yonkers Downtown/Waterfront Business Improvement District was created to promote and implement the economic revitalization of the District and the City of Yonkers. The BID is also designed to maintain the downtown streets, contribute to public safety, landscape the district, market special events and create promotional opportunities to highlight the area. Additionally, the BID will preserve and encourage the cultural, historic, tourist and civic interest of the District and the City of Yonkers. For more information, visit www.yonkersdowntown.com.