Washington, DC: Kushi-Moto Launches; Association’s Director Job Open

[Photo: Kushi-Moto]

By Missy Frederick  | DC.Eater.com

[Photo: Kushi-Moto]
[Photo: Kushi-Moto]

NEW TRUCKS Kushi-Moto, the food truck from DC sushi restaurant Kushi, has started regular service at such locations as Union Station. The truck serves up sushi, as well as Japanese dishes such as a donburi rice bowl with pork belly. The truck will eventually spend some time at the upcoming Black Whiskey restaurant from the same owners, once it opens. [FTF]

REVIEWS— Brightest Young Things’ Keep on Truckin’ series heads to The Big Cheese, and finds good, fresh sandwiches, along with other touches such as mini pickles and hot cider. [BYT]

JOBS— The DC Food Truck Association is on the hunt for a new executive director. Interested candidates should email jobs@dcfoodtrucks.org. It’s the first time the job is a paid position. [EaterWire]

POLITICS— ARLNOW reports that Arlington’s food trucks have hired lawyers to help fight the citations that many are getting for parking in a spot for more than an hour. [ARLNOW]

TECHNOLOGY— DCist does a little feature on TruckToMe, a food truck finder app created locally. Tim Carman lends it a critical eye, though, and says the app needs work. [DCist, WaPo]