You’ve prob­ably used your Husky Card to make on-​​campus pur­chases, but did you know it’s also good at local restau­rants, super­mar­kets, and even museums? Here’s a list of five estab­lish­ments that will honor the Husky Card’s Dining Dol­lars, which can be used to pur­chase food, or Husky Dol­lars, which can be used to pur­chase goods.

Boston Burger Com­pany, 1100 Boyl­ston St. The winner of Rachel Ray’s “Battle of the Best Burger,” this rel­a­tively new addi­tion to Boyl­ston street boasts some of the most cre­ative and best tasting burgers in town.

Wings Over Boston, 325 Hunt­ington Ave. The Wings Over fran­chise has finally made its way to Northeastern’s campus. The wings are freshly hand breaded, and cus­tomers can choose from a mouth-​​watering list of more than 20 sauces and five dry rub flavors.

Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Hunt­ington Ave. Admis­sion is free for North­eastern under­grad­u­ates with a valid Husky Card. Stop by to catch its cur­rent exhi­bi­tion of 1960s and 70s hippie style fashion and then peruse the book­store and gift shop, which includes thou­sands of books on art, pho­tog­raphy, and archi­tec­ture, as well as jew­elry, prints, and fashion accessories.

Pho & I, 267 Hunt­ington Ave. This local gem is known near and far for its big menu, cozy atmos­phere, and rea­son­able prices. Its Pad Thai won a grubHub Golden Grub Award in 2012 as a No.1 Cus­tomer Favorite.

Shaw’s Market, 53 Hunt­ington Ave: A New Eng­land main­stay, this super­market is a per­fect one-​​stop shop for your kitchen needs. Just grab the weekly cir­cular and your Husky Card and then let your Pin­terest recipes come to life.

Click here for a full list of off-​​campus ven­dors that will accept the Husky Card.