A food truck will be feeding hungry commuters at the Fairfield Metro Station in Fairfield, beginning Monday.
The state selected Best Food Fast LLC to operate a food and beverage truck at the Fairfield Metro Station in Fairfield on weekdays, from 4:30 to 8:30 a.m., according to the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
Aaron Hagel and Richard Hewitt, both of Fairfield, will operate the Best Food Fast service, which will sell coffee, juice, breakfast sandwiches, wraps, yogurt, fruit and more.
“This service will be a great amenity for the hundreds of commuters catching trains at Fairfield Metro every morning and I am delighted that we have been successful in bringing it to fruition,” CT DOT Commissioner James Redeker said in a statement. “Best Food Fast is well known and popular around Fairfield and I’m confident our commuters will keep them busy.”
The food truck will be in the parking lot on the eastbound side of the station and there is a walkway for commuters heading westbound toward New York City to use it as well.
DOT said Best Food Fast LLC was selected in a competitive procurement process and the department in pursuing similar services at other rail stations in Connecticut.
Best Food Fast customers can call ahead or text orders to 203 871-8016.