As a way of thanking current and past military members, Bucky’s Taphouse is offering free breakfast to those that have served on Remberance Day. (Gazette file photo)

Langford restaurant thanks vets with free breakfast on Remembrance Day

Bucky’s Taphouse serving breakfast to active and veteran military members this Saturday

Bucky’s Taphouse is serving up free breakfast to military members on Remembrance Day.

On Nov. 11, active and veteran military members will be able to enjoy a breakfast consisting of two eggs, hash browns, toast and a choice of bacon or sausage from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Owner Simon Fearn said Bucky’s (2668 Sooke Rd.) will be fully staffed for the event.

While there wasn’t any specific reason for it, Fearn said he is personally thankful for those who served and continue to serve.

“My grandpa was in the war and he’s passed away, my ex-wife was in the reserves,” he said. “There are a lot of people associated with the taphouse that have been involved.”

For more information call 250-478-3811.


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