Tag: Wash DC
Imagine 5,000 food truck newbies in line for a lobster roll. Scary.
The more than 1,000 comments that mysteriously disappeared amid the District's latest round of proposed mobile-vending rulemaking have now been found.
My favorite part of the day is to come down to the food trucks and see what's available and try something new.
Following the mysterious disappearance of more than 1,000 pro-food truck e-mails, the office of Mayor Vincent Gray has decided to reopen the public comment period for the District’s proposed vending regulations, which were published in early October.
D.C.’s food truck craze is in full swing. At George Washington University several food trucks line up on H Street every day to serve paninis, pizza, macaroni and cheese, and kabobs to students and passersby alike.
Food trucks will soon be able to accept GWorld as payment following an announcement from the University after months of student lobbying.
An interview with Basil Thyme's founder Brian Farrell
For months, supporters of Washington’s ever-growing fleet of food trucks had heard stories of high-level meetings inside the Wilson Building.
The food truck association sees this three-week pilot program as a chance to introduce trucks to the city’s power players and perhaps educate them on how vendors really operate: The trucks do pay taxes.