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Food Truck Stops: January 11
Every morning, we'll let you know where to find lunch on wheels. By Anna Spiegel
Comments () | Published January 11, 2012

Happy hump day, food truck followers! The Red Hook Lobster Truck is making its inaugural drive to Tysons Corner today. Rockville, meanwhile, gets love from Go Fish and Corned Beef King, and plenty of DC vendors are braving parking tickets and cold weather to bring you hot eats throughout the city. 

Farragut Square (17th and I sts., NW), where you'll find Yellow Vendor, Fojol Bros. (Benethiopia), and Basil Thyme; Takorean, Curbside Cupcakes, and Cap Mac (nearby at 20th and L). 

Franklin Square (13th and K sts., NW), where you'll find Tasty Kabob.

L'Enfant (Sixth St. and Maryland Ave., SW), where you'll find Fojol Bros. (Merlindia), Cheesecake Truck (first stop), and  Porc Mobile.  

Metro Center (12th and G sts., NW), where you'll find Carnivore BBQ, Fojol Bros. (Volathai), DC Empanadas, AZN Eats, and Far East Taco Grill.

Montgomery County, where you'll find Go Fish Truck and Corned Beef King (Rockville). 

Navy Yard (First and M sts., SE), where you'll find Tasty Kabob, Rolling Ficelle, and Sol Mexican Grill

Northern Virginia, where you'll find Doug the Food Dude, Big Cheese (Ballston), Red Hook Lobster Truck, Uncle Paulie (Tysons Corner), Lemongrass Truck, Curbside Cupcakes (Courthouse), and Seoul Food Truck (Rosslyn). 

State Department/West End area (around 21st St. and Virginia Ave., NW), where you'll find Korengy, DC Kabob Grill, Curbside Cupcakes, and Kimchi BBQ.  

Union Station (North Capitol St. and Massachusetts Ave., NE), where you'll find Red Hook Lobster Truck, BBQ Bus, and Kabob Bites.   

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