On the menu at the fast casual spot, you'll find arepas and seven varieties of tacos, including panko-crusted tilapia, shredded beef braised in Argentine Malbec, and squash and eggplant with chipotle black beans.
This month, the DC Council will review and vote on proposed regulations for food trucks in DC. The regulations, as written, will severely reduce the mobility and viability of food trucks in the District, and will likely greatly diminish the quantity and quality of what food trucks are able to offer.
The DC Food Truck Association put out a statement this week that the proposed new regulations would make trucks illegal in most of the downtown area. They've created a map to prove their point, too. The Association has scheduled an open meeting April 1 for all food truck operators to discuss the proposed laws.
Peruvian Brothers will serve items that the brothers say they most crave when they go back to Peru.
The proposed rules — the fourth attempt in recent years to update regulations that date back three decades — identify about two dozen locations that would serve as Mobile Roadway Vending zones, where food trucks could sell meals between 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. without fretting about parking-meter time limits.
You’ve got to come in, go around in this truck, and back out that window in three to four minutes, period
Little Piece of Heaven has been operating a bit under the radar since late last year in Montgomery County, but is now being tracked by FTF!
The current regulations are 30 years old and are designed for ice cream trucks.