The line was long — very long. And the cars kept on coming and coming and coming.
It was 1:17 p.m. on a Tuesday afternoon in January, and a reporter from The Sun Chronicle was taking a break at a local Dunkin from the new normal of working at home to where he was banished due to the pandemic back in December.
Car after car rolled through the drive-thru window to pick up beverages and snacks.
And then off they went to be quickly replaced by other customers.
The seemingly endless line of cars in this drive-thru is likely nothing new to those who frequent doughnut and coffee shops. They, along with other drive-thru conveniences like fast food restaurants, have offered busy drivers the opportunity to get food on the go for decades, some since the United States’ love…