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Need help finding lunch off campus?

Need help finding lunch off campus?

Although lunch could be considered brunch at Tualatin High School, surprisingly the  small town of Tualatin has many off-campus options to meet the diverse wants of Tualatin High School (TuHS) students.

First, there are the classic options such as the one-and-only, iconic Tualatin McDonald’s on Boones Ferry Road, as well as the alternative venue adjacent to the Nyberg Woods Shopping Center. If McDonald’s isn’t your cup of tea, there is the well-established Wendy’s located within our beloved Nyberg Rivers Shopping Center.

For the individuals seeking healthier options, there are many restaurants to suit your preferences, including Subway, which is conveniently located near the top of the Martinazzi Square Shopping Center. In addition, there is our very own Chipotle, located inside the Nyberg Woods Shopping Center, and staffed by many of our own TuHS students.

If you’re happening to feel a little boujee or want to test your reliance to spicy foods, there is always the Dave’s Hot Chicken franchise located in the southeast corner of Nyberg Rivers.

In the case that none of the above are enticing, the Argyle Square Shopping Center – known for the infamous Costco – happens to house a multitude of eateries. Some places within this complex include Costco’s very own food court (but see our story in the Humor Section about needing your own membership card!), Panda Express, Schmizza Pub & Grill, Koi Fusion and yet another Subway.

Of course, for our caffeine-addicted students, there are always a plethora of Starbucks franchises located throughout Tualatin: there are two inside the Argyle Square Shopping Center, one inside Nyberg Woods, one in Martinazzi Square, one near the Tualatin train station and a newly-opened location within the Tualatin Fred Meyer.

No matter your preferences, for TuHS upperclassmen interested in off-campus lunch options, there are numerous places to discover and a wide variety of foods to try.



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Akash Balakumar, Co-Editor-in-Chief/CFO/CMO
Hi, my name is Akash Balakumar and I am a junior! My roles on The Wolf include, Business Manager, Web Editor, and Co-News Editor. This will be my second year on staff. When I’m not writing stories, I’m the FBLA President, and Communicare Co-President. Outside of school I enjoy skiing, playing water polo, swimming, and going for drives.

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