Best Restaurants to Eat at While Stoned
Lindsey Lanham | Assistant A&E Editor
Located on Monarch Way, Perfectly Frank is perfect for any on campus pothead. It’s cheap, easy to get to and the food is amazing. They don’t ask a lot of questions, and if you find that you’re wearing sunglasses at 8 p.m. indoors, they don’t bat an eye. Their menu is pretty diverse, but mainly consists of sandwiches, burgers and wings.
Recommended meal: Bacon, Egg & Cheese Sammie with Seasoned Taters.
I know, I know, it sounds gross. Why would you go to 7-Eleven when you get the munchies? Hear me out–7-Eleven wings. Their buffalo wings are reasonably priced, delicious and it’s a short walk from Powhatan. If wings aren’t your thing, they also provide pizza, taquitos and hot dogs. Not to mention, they have a large selection of candy, drinks and other various snack foods. With the only wait being at checkout, this may be your best bet at getting a quick snack so you can return to your leisurely activities on 4/20.
Recommended meal: Buffalo wings and pretzel M&M’s.
Cheap, fast, good food is the best thing to ever happen to college students. $5 plates that include a medium drink? America was already great. Not to mention Cook Out has one of the best, most diverse milkshake menus ever. A short drive off campus and equipped with a drive through, Cook Out is one of the better places to go for your 4/20 celebration. Don’t smoke and drive.
Grab your school ID because you can get one of the best burgers around campus for only a meal swipe. Located on campus so it’s easily accessible and you don’t have to drive, The Den is a pretty good spot to hit on your 4/20 journey. Though, anticipate waiting for a good half hour. You might want to pregame beforehand, but the burger is a good meal for anyone with the munchies.
Recommended meal: The (Little) Den Burger and fries.