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Restaurant Road Trip: Heavenly Hoagies Food Truck

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Heavenly Hoagies is a food truck that travels to a different location through out Marion and sometimes other counties each day during the week. They serve soup by the scoop, cheesy tatters and even homemade pie.

But making hoagies is how the whole business started.

"Hoagies is something I really like and you can't get a good hoagie unless you go to a fair. If you go to a restaurant you're usually not getting a real piece of meat you're getting steakums," said Brian Coleman, the owner of Heavenly Hoagies. "And so I thought I need to get a real piece of steak and put a little recipe together and I started doing it not really know what was going to come of it and the more I did it God just blessed it."

Brian Coleman and his wife, better known as Mr. and Mrs. Hoagie, run the food truck by themselves. They also cater and do pick ups.

Franzie Johnson is a frequent customer and even calls herself their personal customer service representative.

"The girls at the bank, because I'm retired they think I'm the delivery person and so I call them and get their orders every Tuesday and Thursday and take it down to the girls at the bank," said Johnson. "They like his food and they love his soup. They say his soup is the best anywhere."

Even though this restaurant is outside year round the owners said it doesn't matter the weather.

"Today it's overcast, windy, cold, rainy have a tarp up. People have to eat weather doesn't dictate that," said Brian Coleman. "My wife says how do we know when it's too cold we're not going to go and I said well I'm an avid hunter and if I look outside and it's so cold that if I could go hunting I wouldn't go then we won't go cook that day but it probably won't ever get that cold."

The customers and owners keep coming around because of the food but mostly the company.

Johnson even said she likes to come by just to see Brian's smile.

"Brian's a super guy he's very friendly, very ambitious, very friendly," said Johnson. "She's a super person too she never complains they're so friendly to every customer that comes in. They're really good people."

The owners do not have a spot on Monday but said that if someone gave them an area, they would come out to serve food.

Heavenly Hoagies will be in Fairview across from the Fairview Fire Department on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 5:20 p.m.

Other locations throughout the week are:

  • Wednesday: DNR Forestry building in Farmington from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Met's outside Mannington Coal mines from 2 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Thursday: Fairview Fire Department
  • Friday: Fairmont for Branch Church from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Monongah across from fire department from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: Shinnston across from Shop n' Save 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (when not booked to cater)
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