Every Wednesday, you can find Lobstercraft food truck, serving up buttery lobster rolls, right here in Veterans Park.
"They make excellent Connecticut lobster rolls," said Richard Himes, who works in Stamford.
It's all part of "Truck in the park" hosted by Reckson. The idea starting out as a 3 day-a-week lunch schedule is now every day during the work week. Making it convenient for people like Richard Himes to head over from the office.
"It's a quick walk and the weather's beautiful. What's not to like?" said Himes.
"It's sort of like a food truck community," said Diana Hall, co-owner of Melt Mobile.
For Melt Mobile, Veterans Park is where it all began.
"We first started here. When we first opened this was our one spot. We'd come here Monday through Friday for lunch," said Hall, "And we didn't have quite as much excitement, now that there's a bunch of trucks and the tables and chairs. Now there's a buzz."
Different food trucks parked here during the week, make for a diverse menu.
"It's so much fun" said Fletcher, when asked about what it's like to work in the food truck business.
You can find the food trucks from 11- 3 pm in Stamford's Veteran's Park.