The solution to your problems are simple, guys. Stores and "shopping" are for women.
Anything that a man needs, from tools and snacks to Rotella T to clothing, ammunition, underwear etc. can be procured from the local farm store like Farm And Fleet, Orscheln's or Tractor Supply. There is no "shopping" involved because the choices are limited and you should already know exactly where everything is. The only music you'll encounter there is the local country farm radio station that pays the store to play their station all day. 99.9% of the patrons in the store with you are sane, courteous and friendly.
If there's not one close to you, you've made poor choices about where you live.
Convenience stores run by those of Middle Eastern descent don't bother with Christmas music so food staples like Giant Tabasco Slim Jims, kettle-cooked potato chips, Vienna Sausage packed in hot sauce, Ice Cold Beer, etc. can be obtained without exposure to the Christmas Season if you make it a point not to look at all the Holiday-Themed scratch-off tickets on display at the counter. You should be able to find one of these stores no matter where you live.
As far as restaurants go, what else does a man need besides the drive-thru lanes at Taco Bell and Church's Chicken? They don't serve novelty Christmas items like the Tacos Navidad at Taco John's which are akin to a plate full of torn-up wrapping paper topped with ground beef and nacho cheese.
Taking a stand against the Commercial Christmas Season is like that Chinese guy standing in front of a tank in Tianamen Square. Sure, he was famous for a few seconds, but now he's buried in a shallow grave outside the perimeter fence of some Labor/Re-Education camp.
Best to just step aside and let the column of tanks roll on by. Nothing's gonna change.