Coming soon: Clunk’s Hungry Express Wagon local food delivery service

Photo: Dustin Bartholomew
Chris Selby stands outside Little Bread Company, the first restaurant to sign up with Selby’s new local delivery service.

If you’ve always wished that there were more restaurants that delivered in Fayetteville, your wish is about to come true.

Chris Selby (also known as Chris Clunk) will soon begin delivering food in the downtown/campus area from a handful of local restaurants with his new scooter delivery service, “Clunk’s Hungry Express Wagon” (or C.H.E.W. for short).

According to Selby, Little Bread Company is already on board with the new delivery service, and Petra Cafe, Hammontree’s Grilled Cheese, Flying Burrito and others have expressed interest.

“I just want to start small and see how it goes,” he said. “If it goes well, we definitely want to add more places.”

The idea to start the delivery service came about pretty naturally. “It came from being hungry and being lazy I think,” he said. “That’s going to be my slogan. Get hungry and get lazy.”

The service will run from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and deliveries will cost $5 with a $20 minimum order. Orders over $50 will be delivered for 10 percent of the cost of the meal.

Ordering instructions, additional restaurants that will participate in the delivery service, and a more specific delivery area will soon be announced on the Clunk’s Hungry Express Wagon Facebook page.

If all goes well, Selby said that deliveries from the new service will begin on Monday, June 27.