Hollywood Casino Offers Free Brunch for Veterans on Veterans Day | Events
Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway is set to host a free Veteran’s Day brunch beginning at 9 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 11th at the Epic Buffet for all Veterans.
“Giving back to our veterans is something we take great pride in,” said John Osborne, General Manager of Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway. “Men and women all across our country have dedicated their lives to keeping us safe here at home. It’s an important day and we are happy to host the many folks who have served and are currently serving our country.”
Veterans can show up at Hollywood Casino’s Epic Buffet during brunch hours on Veterans’ Day, Sunday, Nov. 11th, to enjoy a free brunch.
The Epic Buffet serves seafood, pasta, pizza, and a variety of breakfast dishes and all-American comfort favorites. Breakfast lovers can enjoy the Epic Buffet Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and Sunday for brunch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The all-you-can-eat fare costs adults $10.99 per person for breakfast and $12.99 per person for brunch or $6.99 per person for children under 12 years old for brunch and $3.99 for breakfast.
About Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway
Hollywood Casino Hotel & Raceway is a Penn National Gaming property located on Main Street in Bangor, Maine. Hollywood features a state-of-the-art gaming floor including nearly 1,000 slot machines, 16 table games, and a Race Book simulcast betting parlor; 152 hotel rooms and suites; live music entertainment on the weekends and multiple dining options. Live harness racing takes place from May-November. For more information, visit www.hollywoodcasinobangor.com.
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