D.C. ranks in the top 20 for food truck activity in the U.S., but it’s also one of the hardest places for a food truck owner to get up and running and keep a business going, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation said.
A food truck that caught fire near George Washington University in D.C. sent three people to the hospital Wednesday afternoon. One person was critically injured in the blaze.
Food trucks could be popping up on farms inside Montgomery County’s agricultural reserve, thanks to a change in county zoning regulations.
The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is hungry for some food truck feedback.
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Skyscraper construction near the Rosslyn Metro stop may force some food trucks to relocate or scale back their visits to the lunch hot spot.
Food trucks will get a 16-month tryout in the parks, parking
lots, schools and driveways of Alexandria.
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.
John Rider, 55, is the owner of Pedro &
Vinny\’s, your standard burrito
food truck. But there\’s not much that\’s normal
about Rider\’s business. He
serves burritos, and jokes, to nearly 225
people every day.
Forty-two food trucks gathered for one of the largest food truck festivals in the region.
Arlington County\’s 60-minute time limit for food
raising complaints among customers.
\”Peanut Butter Jelly Time\” was founded by the same guys who set up sushi and Pabst haven Sticky Rice, with locations in Baltimore and on H Street, just a few blocks up from their other late-night hub, Dangerously Delicious Pies. The truck slings comfort food sandwiches in a brown paper bag with milk, chips or apples, and a love note from \”Mom.\”
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