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Free Dessert Sundays at Boston Market Boston Market Corporation, headquartered in Golden, Colorado, has given time back to busy families and individuals for more than 25 years with quality, home style meals at a convenient value in more than 480 nationwide locations. A staple on dinner tables, Boston Market prepares its fresh, never-frozen all natural chicken in signature rotisserie ovens and features an extensive selection of gourmet sides. In 2011, the company completed updates to locations across the country, adding new, healthier menu items and enhancing the dine-in experience. Once you`ve tried their signature rotisserie chicken, you`ll keep coming back for more. Their menu also features a wide array of gourmet sides, sandwiches and salads. Did you know they also cater? Boston Market offers their guests taste, value and convenience. To celebrate the American tradition of picnics, summer Sundays at Boston Market are BYOB (Bring Your Own Basket). Get a free individual dessert when you stop by with a picnic basket. This offer is only valid for residents of:
  • United States
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