OK, so me and MrsGunns are on our way back to Leesburg from Warner Robins and decide to stop in new place on the route for lunch. No beer signs on the windows or anything, just looks like your typical south Georgia diner, so I don't disarm. We go in and the owner meets us at the door and shows us to a table. It was right at 11:00 so they had just opened for lunch and we were the only ones there. I ordered a rib basket and the Mrs. ordered some soup and we enoyed a really good lunch, best ribs I've had that I didn't cook myself. A few more folks had come in and they were starting to get busy so we decided it was time to go. I flagged down the waitress and asked for our check. In a minute or two the owner walks over and says, "Your lunch is on us Officer, thanks for all you guys are doing". I said, "I'm sorry but I can't accept" He says "Why not? Is it against policy or something'? I say, "I have no idea, I'm not a law enforcement officer" At this point his eyes get wide and he says, "Oh, I thought... the gun... Are you some sort of bounty hunter or something?" I say, "No, I'm just a normal citizen like you. You just never know when your going to need to defend yourself these days." He agreed and asked about licenses to carry and such and we talked a bit about it. I gave him a GeorgiaCarry card and told him that he should look into getting his GFL, especially as a business owner. As we were paying our tab I noticed thier license to serve alcohol behind the till! No where on the menu did they have alcohol listed so I'm guessing they just got the license and have not changed the menus yet. Lessons learned: 1. You really gotta check close to know about some off-limits places. I may just start asking at the door. 2. If you dress nice and carry open you just may be able to get free lunch.