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Cook Out serves up cheap eats, attracts students

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Look out for Cook Out

Rachel Vincent and Stephen Kelley pose in front of the Cook Out sign on November 2.

Rachel Vincent and Stephen Kelley pose in front of the Cook Out sign on November 2.

Abby Asimos

Rachel Vincent and Stephen Kelley pose in front of the Cook Out sign on November 2.

Abby Asimos

Abby Asimos

Rachel Vincent and Stephen Kelley pose in front of the Cook Out sign on November 2.

Abby Asimos, Features Editor

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Thanks to the new Cook Out located in Dam Neck shopping center, hungry teenagers have a new fast food destination to fulfill all of their after school cravings. About a month ago, the Cook Out restaurant chain opened its second Virginia Beach location at 1620 General Booth Blvd., and so far, people have literally been eating it up.

“If I’m hungry after school, getting Cook Out is always a good option,” said junior Stephen Kelley. “Its cheap, fast, and only minutes away from Ocean Lakes. Not to mention the food’s tasty.”

So what makes Cook Out so special? Well, unlike many fast-food chains who specialize in one or two main dishes, Cookout serves up hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, wraps, and barbeque. About 40 different flavors of milkshakes are offered, including unique choices like cheesecake, pineapple, and the seasonal favorite, pumpkin pie.

“I love their milkshakes and chicken tenders,” said junior Rachel Vincent. “Cook Out is great, and I’m so happy we have one so close to the school now.”

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Abby Asimos is a second-year staff writer and co-features editor for The Current. She serves on the Class of 2020’s Executive Board and volunteers as...

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