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Published: Dec 25, 2008
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Stores & Restaurants Open on Christmas Day: Best Buy, K-Mart & Wal-Mart Hours
by Jim Brogan

Trying to find restaurants open on Christmas? Looking for stores open on Christmas Day but don't know where to start?

If you who wake up Christmas morning and discover you're out of coffee, Starbucks and Dunkin will be open.

If you are traveling, the Airport gift shops are a good resource. If you are on the road, Flying J and TA truck Stops also have merchandise.

Wal-mart is open, as is K-Mart and Best Buy.

While I would love to list all the different hours for all the different stores that are open on Christmas Day, it would take way too long and quite frankly, I'd rather play with my presents if you don't mind.

Rather, I'll just try to help list some of the stores that should be open on Christmas day.

It's a safe bet to assume convenience stores like 7-11, Circle K and Quick Check will be open. As will drug stores like CVS, Walgreens and Rite-Aid, and many liquor stores.

The larger grocery store chains (A&P, ShopRite, Foodtown, Safeway, Ralphs, etc..) will be open in the early afternoon.

Many restaurants (Fridays, Chili's, etc) will also be open in the afternoon if you're looking to spend more time with family. Chinese restaurants are ALWAYS open Christmas Day.

Blockbuster is open every day of the year.

And if by chance you're looking to get away from the family for a little while, there are quite a few bars that will be open at night as well.

You can also use Google Maps to make your determination. Type your locale and a business or category into the Google Maps search box and local results will be revealed, complete with addresses, store hours and telephone numbers.

Call before you leave to verify which ones are open for business on Christmas Day.

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