While South Florida isn't in the path of totality (about 80 percent of the sun will be covered at peak viewing time at 2:57 p.m.) it's still going to be a spectacular astronomical event on Aug. 21.
Denny's will offer all-you-can eat Mooncakes -- known every other day of the year as buttermilk pancakes -- for just $4, according to a news release.
Krispy Kreme ’s blacking out its famous doughnuts by glazing them with chocolate through Monday.
Pilot and Flying J Travel Centers are giving away free Eclipse chewing gum or full-size Milky Way candy bar with purchase of a beverage in stores (excluding alcohol).
- Krispy Kreme, Denny's and more are cashing in on the EclipseWRCB-TV
- Have you had your eclipse doughnut today?Charleston Post Courier (blog)
- Krispy Kreme goes dark for Great American EclipseWCBD News 2
- All the Places to Get Good Deals and Freebies During the Solar EclipseMoney Magazine
- Find your Eclipse Day freebies and dealsWLNS
- Deals and freebies for Great American EclipseFOX31 Denver
- Long lines seen as Krispy Kreme launches 'eclipse' doughnutWNCN
- Eclipse Invites Unique Products, Special DoughnutKNWA
- Krispy Kreme Unveiling Brand New Doughnut Todayinsauga.com