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Food Truck Fight: Pedro & Vinny’s vs. Tasty Kabob

What’s the best food truck in Washington? You tell us.

THIS POLL IS CLOSED. WINNER: TASTY KABOB

This afternoon's battle features one of Washington's longest-running mobile vendors, Pedro & Vinny's. For as long as we can remember, customers have lined up at 15th and K streets, Northwest, for owner John Rider's huge veggie-only burritos and his signature spicy mango "Goose sauce." Although Rider's competitor, Tasty Kabob, is relatively new to the scene, it's got power in numbers. The two carts, both in Arlington, serve an abbreviated menu of chicken kebabs, lamb gyros, chickpeas, and spinach. 

For a ranked list of all of the trucks, and a description of each, click here

For complete Food Truck Fight coverage, go to washingtonian.com/foodtruckfight.

 

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