Not only does The Hangout feature this outstanding collection of lunchboxes, but the restaurant also spotlights an impressive display of Pez dispensers and movie memorabilia.
Of course, I would zero in on one of my favorite all-time movie couples . . .
The Hangout is a fun place to visit for its retro decor, live musical performances and family entertainment. I recommend starting with the “shaka-shaka” shrimp (the secret’s in the sauce) or wild frickles, lightly breaded and fried pickle slices served with ranch dressing. Bet you can’t eat just one . . .
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What was your favorite lunchbox when you were growing up, Wanderboomers?