"It's hotter in the truck—way hotter," says vendor Dinia Bautista.
Powerful Because: It established food trucks as a legitimate D.C. dining option.
Historic synagogue Sixth & I is partnering with Good Stuff Eatery's Spike Mendelsohn, among others, to launch a new mobile feed machine called Sixth & Rye.
Arcadia Center for Food and Sustainable Agriculture recently raised nearly $15,ooo through a Kickstarter campaign to create the first "mobile food market."
United team officials announced this afternoon that four food trucks, Eat Wonky, Dangerously Delicious Pies, DC Slices, and BBQ Bandidos, will be stationed in Lot 8 prior to next week Saturday's home opener against Columbus. Goal!
This morning, at the conference of the International Council of Shopping Centers, as suprising questions was posed: Does your jurisdiction support food trucks?