Clunk’s Hungry Express Wagon now making deliveries

Photo: Dustin Bartholomew
Chris Selby is now making deliveries from a handful of local restaurants to downtown residents and businesses.

It’s official. There is now a scooter-powered restaurant delivery service operating in Fayetteville.

Chris “Clunk” Selby began making deliveries to downtown residents with his new business, Clunk’s Hungry Express Wagon on Monday, June 27.

Since we talked to him last week, Selby has made arrangements to deliver food from Little Bread Company, Hammontree’s Grilled Cheese, and Flying Burrito Co. for a $5 fee (or 10% of orders over $50), with hopes to add more restaurant partners soon.

The service runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and is limited to the following delivery parameters (though Clunk told us these may be a little flexible):

Northwest – North Street/Wedington Drive and Razorback Road
Northeast – North Street and Mission Boulevard
Southeast – 15th Street and S. School Avenue
Southwest – Razorback Road and 15th Street

For now, it is a cash-only operation. To order, call or text Selby at 479-283-7655, or email him at [email protected].