Photo courtesy of Original Breakfast House
On Friday, Nov. 10, Original Breakfast House (OBH) is set to mark Veterans Day in style, with an extravaganza that pays tribute to the bravery and service of veterans and active military personnel.
The celebration kicks off in the parking lot with a live concert headlined by In Flight Groove and Friends. Alongside the music, attendees can admire a collection of powerful muscle cars showcased by Big Mike and The Boys, an added touch to the festive environment.
One of the day’s highlights will undoubtedly be the gesture of appreciation towards those who have served. All veterans and active-duty military personnel will be treated to a complimentary entrée of their choice from OBH’s regular menu. But this event isn’t just about celebrating—it’s about giving back. The Veterans Day festivities will be in support of Tunnel to Towers Tempe, a charitable organization established in memory of Firefighter Stephen Siller and dedicated to honoring the ultimate sacrifices made by first responders and military heroes.
OBH owner and proud veteran, John Stidham, extends a warm invitation to the Phoenix community. With over 35 years in the restaurant business in Northern California, Stidham’s passion led him to establish the Original Breakfast House after a brief retirement. He hopes this year’s event will be the largest turnout yet, dubbing it the “biggest party of the year” for his establishment.
Situated at 13623 N. 32nd St., OBH isn’t just a typical breakfast spot. Its modern ’70s decor provides a vibrant backdrop for a menu filled with inventive takes on diner classics. From deep-fried French toast adorned with fresh fruit to street tacos and tortas to unique dishes like Spam and eggs over cilantro lime rice with mango salsa to a birria benedict with Mexican style braised beef on an English muffin, it’s a culinary experience that combines intense flavors with comfort.
This Veterans Day event promises more than just good food and entertainment; it’s an opportunity to come together as a community and honor the heroes among us. For further details or to explore the delectable offerings at Original Breakfast House, visit