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School Lunch Lines? No, Thank You!

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School Lunch Lines? No, Thank You!

Goldberg's in WHB town

Goldberg's in WHB town

Goldberg's in WHB town

Goldberg's in WHB town

Marley Merrihew, Staff Writer

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You’ve waited your entire high school career for the senior lunch privilege and it’s finally here. But where do you go? I caught up with some of the seniors at WHB to find out the Dos and Don’ts of going out for lunch.

Long Island is well-known for their famous egg sandwiches and WHB just so happens to have some of the best there are! Goldberg’s and Hurricane Deli are just a couple of lunch hotspots for the seniors here. “There’s always a line out the door. [Goldberg’s] is definitely one of the most popular places to go,” says Anna Peraino.

If you aren’t in the mood for breakfast, Tonino’s and Firehouse Pizza are also popular places to go with a wide range of options, and according to Juliette Seeliger, “Tonino’s has the best garlic knots around!”

Many seniors even take their food to go and drive down to Dune Road for some of the scenic beaches that Westhampton has to offer. A picnic on the beach during a school day? That doesn’t sound too bad to me!

However, gas prices aren’t cheap and the seniors definitely aren’t made of money! To combat the inevitable emptying of their wallets towards the end of their high school careers, many seniors carpool with their friends or switch drivers every day. Anna Peraino says, “[her] and her friends switch drivers every day to save some money on gas and [she] definitely recommends it to the upcoming seniors.”

Just remember, while heading out with all of your friends for a nice lunch each day is definitely enjoyable and something to look forward to, we have to remember that it is also a privilege and must be treated as such.

There are so many delicious places to choose from! Where will you go?

 

Marley Merrihew, Staff Writer

Marley, a junior from East Quogue, has been looking forward to being a writer for the Hurricane Eye since she met Mrs. Mett. Recently, she moved to East...

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