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By Missy Frederick | Washington DC Eater They do it all for the workers It's no secret food trucks struggle during the winter. So why stay open? To hold...
Panetta's repertoire includes cookies, cakes, brownies, fruit tarts and 50 flavors of cupcakes
Birds are chirping. Flowers are blooming. Your parents are asking if they can stay with you for the Cherry Blossom Festival. It all means one thing: Food truck season is here. Here are five newcomers whose rollouts you may have missed late last year.
As the sun makes its long-awaited debut, Washington, D.C. will be bustling with a variety of activities for everyone to enjoy. From flea markets, to food trucks and festivals,...
“The fact that food trucks are so popular has made it easier to get into the truck business,” said Sai Souphom, 34, who started Saivita flower truck in December. “People understand the concept, and your customer reach is obviously wider” than in a brick-and-mortar store.
It’s a common narrative, and a popular one, in the food truck industry. Call it the creation myth of the District’s mobile food vendors: Plucky innovators short on capital abandon the tedium of desk jobs and the restrictions of traditional restaurants to peddle their creations to the District’s business-casual-clad lunch crowds.
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.