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Hampton Roads Restaurants Offering Discounts for Federal Workers affected by the Shutdown
Hampton Roads Restaurants Offering Discounts for Federal Workers affected by the Shutdown
Several area restaurants are offering discounts for any Federal employee who is affected by the Shutdown.

Hampton Roads employs a great number of Federal workers and the Asian community has decided to offer discounts to those who have been impacted.

Are you a Federal worker who is affected by the shutdown or do you know someone who is?  We have news for you!  ABAHR is compiling an active list of restaurants offering discounts to Federal workers who have been affected by the 2019 Government Shutdown.  Please see the list below for information on the discounts and which restaurants are participating.  

Hampton Roads Restuarants offering discounts to Federal workers affected by the 2019 Government Shutdown

Virginia Beach Discounts

See our list of Virginia Beach Restaurants offering discounts to Federal employees and contractors affected by the 2019 Government Shutdown:


Happy Buffet - 20% Discount

757-368-8682  Facebook Page

879 Lynnhaven Parkway, Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Hours: 11AM - 9:30PM (Sun - Thurs), 11AM - 10PM (Fri, Sat)

 


Mini Italia Pizzeria- 20% Discount

757-671-2200  Website

665 Newtown Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Hours: 11AM - 9PM (Sun, Tues, Wed), 11AM - 10PM (Thu, Fri, Sat) (CLOSED Mondays)

 


Make sure you let the restaurant know that you heard about the discount from ABAHR!

*ABAHR is not responsible for any changes to the terms and conditions of the discounts offered by the restaurants.  It is best to call ahead or ask your server before placing your order about the discounts.

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