• Fast Food Places to Visit in Farmingdale

    Fast Food Places to Visit in Farmingdale

    Life is busy. Undoubtedly so. Whether you’ve finished a long workout (check out our Farmingdale Fitness Blog here!), just got done with your child’s sports game or practice, or you’re swamped with errands, you sometimes need a quick in and out option or a drive-thru. While Farmingdale has loads of small businesses you should totally check out, fast food can provide you a delicious, easy meal. There are plenty of options in town.
    Here are 10 fast food options in Farmingdale:

    • Burrito Mariachi (address: 605 Main St., Farmingdale)
      • Burrito Mariachi offers loads of Mexican comfort food classics, including burritos stuffed to the brim, tacos, enchiladas, bowls, quesadillas, entrees and desserts. Whether you’re looking to indulge in a cheat meal or take in some protein after a workout, Burrito Mariachi and its extensive menu has you covered. Burritos and bowls come in create-your-own or signature options, all at a very affordable price.
    • McDonald’s (address: 655 Fulton St., Farmingdale)
      • McDonald’s has been a staple across the world for decades, serving the iconic Big Mac burger. The chain offers plenty of other burgers, chicken and fish sandwiches, nuggets, meals, and more. If you’re in a morning rush, try the McDonald’s breakfast lineup, featuring hotcakes, biscuit or muffin sandwiches, sausage burritos, combos and more. The eatery also serves coffee and dessert. For those really crunched on time, the Farmingdale McDonald’s offers two drive-thru lanes.​
    • Arby’s (address: 1050 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale)
      • Arby’s has all your sandwich needs if you’re on the go. The chain offers beef, chicken, sliders, wraps, and limited time options. Arby’s also carries desserts, such as cookies, turnovers, and shakes.
    • Dunkin’ Donuts (address: 575 Fulton Street/Route 109, Farmingdale)
      • Whether you’re on the rush in the morning or have a quick lunch break, many people need their caffeine fix. Dunkin’ Donuts offers several varieties of coffee to help you wake up or provide you that extra boost. Try hot or iced coffees, lattes, espresso and more. Not a coffee drinker? Dunkin’ has plenty of hot brunch sandwiches, like egg, cheese and your choice of meat. For those looking to satisfy a sweet tooth, indulge in a donut or other pastry. What’s better is, the Dunkin’ on Fulton Street is equipped with a drive-thru.
    • Chick-fil-A (address: 1991 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale)
      • The eatery known for promoting chicken over beef, Chick-fil-A specializes in chicken sandwiches, tenders, nuggets, salads, and wraps. The restaurant also serves breakfast items such as biscuit/muffin sandwiches, burritos, bowls, and hash browns. Dessert options feature milkshakes, cookies, brownies, ice cream, and frosted drinks.
    • DGM Food Truck & Catering (address: 38 Motor Ave., Farmingdale)
      • If you’re out food shopping and in need of lunch, consider checking out DGM Food Truck, which you’ve most likely seen parked across from Stop & Shop. DGM, short for Distinctive Gourmet Meals, offers, out of its truck, philly cheesesteaks, Italian sandwiches, burgers, hotdogs, Cuban sandwiches, sausage and pepper heroes, filet heroes, chicken heroes, grilled cheeses, chili and knishes. The truck is currently listed as being open between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. DGM also offers an extensive catering menu of salads, pasta, chicken, veal, beef, pork, seafood, BBQ, heroes and more.
    • Gyro and Taco House (356 Fulton St., Farmingdale)
      • Housed inside a gas station, Gyro and Taco House is a hidden gem. The eatery offers gyro sandwiches, platters, tacos, falafel, souvlaki, shawarma, soups, salads and more all at an affordable price. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, try a slice of cake or some baklava.​
    • Jersey Mike’s Subs (1280 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale)
      • Jersey Mike’s offers hefty sandwiches piled high with meats, cheeses and all the fixings. Choose from signature hot or cold subs or create your own. The eatery also offers catering with subs by the box, bag, personal boxed lunches and trays of cookies and brownies.
    • Tri State PDQ (1004 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale)
      • PDQ stands for People Dedicated to Quality. And that’s what customers get with PDQ’s chicken tenders, sandwiches, and nuggets. Try dipping your chicken in one of PDQ’s signature sauces – there are more than half a dozen options. Salads are also on the menu. If you’re looking for something sweet, try a hand-spun milkshake, cookie, or slice of cake.
    • The Halal Guys (911 Route 110, Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale)
      • If you’re looking for your halal food fix, check out The Halal Guys. The eatery serves up platters and sandwiches with beef, chicken, or falafel. Try some side falafel, or other options like baba ghanoush, hummus or fries. For something sweet, try baklava or chocolate chip cookies. The Halal Guys also offer catering services that can feed 20+ people with proteins and toppings.

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