Food trucks are the hottest lunch trend in DC. Here are the top five trucks to be on the lookout for.
The long-standing food truck battle in downtown D.C. is getting a rules change.
Food trucks posted up in a usual spot in downtown D.C. on Monday but they weren’t serving up any dishes.
Food trucks in Arlington will have a whole two hours to sell their goodies now – as long as they obey parking limits.
The District’s food truck owners are worried. If Mayor Vincent Gray’s newest proposed regulations are enacted, trucks would become illegal in most of downtown D.C., representatives of the organization said Thursday.
An Arlington County judge officially dismissed the case against Anna Shil, owner of Seoul Food.