Tuckers Cafe 397 Commerce Dr, Fairfield, CT06825 The weather-beaten beach shack exterior of Tuckers Cafe is the first sign of the restaurant's laid-back, friendly and…More inviting style. It's a bit off the beaten path amidst commercial buildings, a Porsche dealership and the Post Office on Commerce Drive, but this spot is a favorite of locals who appreciate Tuckers's menu of American classics at reasonable prices.
Do It Green Home Services 200 Fairfield Pl, Fairfield, CT06824 Do It Green is a full-green-service home improvement company that uses reclaimed materials in its carpentry,…More weatherization, kitchen and bath work, garage organizing systems, drywall repair and replacement of tiles and backsplashes. The company's goal is to help customers ease up on energy consumption while doing environmental good. Visit its website to view a gallery of its projects.
The Jennings Beach Skate Park was completed in December 2009 and is one of only two state-of-the-art skate parks in…More Fairfield County. The other such park is in Stamford.
The park, which enables skateboarders and in-line skaters to travel from jumps to ramps in a continuous motion, was designed with input from Fairfield's teen skateboarders.
The park is open, weather permitting, from sunrise to sunset at no charge. Parking rates, which apply from May 29 to Sept. 6, are $15 per day, Monday through Friday, and $25 a day on Saturday and Sunday. Parking is free with a town of Fairfield beach sticker.
Bikes are not allowed in the skate park, and helmets, elbow pads and knee pads must be worn at all times. Shirts must be worn at all times and spectators are not allowed inside the skate park.
The Parks and Recreation Department states that people who use the park assume all risks and responsibilities that are inherent to extreme sports activities and that children younger than 10 years of age should not use skateboards without close adult supervision.