HOUSTON – Houston-area businesses are paying tribute to the 13 U.S. service members who were killed while serving in Kabul, Afghanistan.
To honor them, business reserved a special table, and served beer, wine, or sweet bread as a thank you for their service.
See how these businesses are honoring our fallen service members below:
Lama Mediterranean Persian Restaurant - The Woodlands
Ali Amron, the owner of Lama Mediterranean Persian Restaurant in The Woodlands is offering complimentary tea in memory of the 13 soldiers killed in Afghanistan last week.
No Label Brewing - Katy
The Katy-based brewery reserved a bench and served 13 glasses of their beer to honor the fallen soldiers. They have also asked customers to join them to remember the soldiers in their memory.
The Rouxpour - Houston
The New Orleans-style bistro set aside thirteen seats at the bar area and served a fresh cocktail for the fallen members.
Clancy’s Public House - Richmond
Clancy’s Public House wrote on Facebook that they have set aside a special area for the fallen service members, serving them fresh beer until Sept. 11.
Haak Vineyards and Winery - Santa Fe
The Galveston County winery reserved a special table with the No. 13 placed on the edge. Thirteen glasses of their wine were poured in their honor.
Valencia’s Tex-Mex Garage - Houston
The Oak Forest location served 13 beers, chips and salsa for the fallen service members at an empty table.
Arandas Bakery - Houston
The Houston-based Mexican bakery baked 13 red, white and blue “conchita” pastries to honor the fallen soldiers.