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Don’t Break Your Wallet for Breakfast

Sabah Rana, Student Life Editor

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With seemingly a million options from the various food places to stop by around the school, it can be a little overwhelming trying to figure out what to get to eat in a rush so we tend to get stuck in a routine. Want to know what’s worth trying and spending your money on? Try these suggestions from students around the school.

Dunkin Donuts (5900 Greenbelt Rd):

“I recommend maple donuts with vanilla chais” – Serge Selenou, 12th

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“Dunkin Donuts is a lot cheaper than Starbucks and there’s a drive through so it’s better. You need to get iced coffee even if it’s cold. ” – Maryam 12th

“Their hash browns are the best.” – Catherine Peterson, 12th

Dunkin’ Donuts crispy, golden hash browns in a brown bag.

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“A box of munchkins because then you can share with your friends.” – Alexis Yakulack, 12th

“chocolate donuts and water” – Trevor K , 12th

McDonalds (6219 Greenbelt Rd):

“I always get egg and cheese sandwiches.” – Alexis

College Park Diner (9206 Baltimore Ave)

“the grandfather special at the college park diner 😩”  – Anderson Uris, 12th

Starbucks (7541 Greenbelt Rd):

“strawberry refresher with coconut milk is really good” – Rosemary Iwuala, 12th

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“Very berry hibiscus, it’s a juice with caffeine” – Kyra Chambers, 12th

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Breakfast is important and if you don’t have time to or just don’t want to go out to buy anything, make sure you eat something at home!

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Eleanor Roosevelt High School's Student-Run Newspaper
Don’t Break Your Wallet for Breakfast