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If there is one thing the D.C. area is not lacking, it's variety in food truck options. From lobster rolls, to grilled cheese and pho, Washingtonians sure have their pick. But there is only one winner.
Z-Burger, Bobby's Burger Palace and Elevation Burger are all popular places for burgers and fries in the D.C. area. But this week, they all have to bow down to another favorite spot.
What's the recipe for the area's best happy hour? How about half-priced burgers, "supermugs" of beer, strawberry-mango sangria and cheddar-bacon croquettes?
It's loved for more than its fresh produce and locally- sourced food items. As one patron describes, the farmers market in Del Ray in Alexandria is the kick-off of the neighborhood's social weekend.
Your top pick for the best charity in the D.C. region is going to the dogs.
Pizza and wings: Two of the most important food groups. And according to WTOP readers and listeners, getting the best of both in the D.C. region only requires one stop.