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Food Truck Stops: January 2

Every morning, we’ll let you know where to find lunch on wheels.

Welcome back to work, food truck fans. The full fleet is not out on the streets yet, but there are little clusters gathering at Farragut Square, Franklin Square, and Metro Center. Volathai has steamy pad Thai and drunken noodles, and Cirque Cuisine is carrying three types of chili to warm your bones on this cold Wednesday.

Farragut Square 
(17th and I sts., NW), where you’ll find Best BurritosOoh Dat ChickenFojol Bros. (Volathai), What the Pho?DC EmpanadasTasty FriedBasil Thyme, and Yellow Vendor.

Franklin Square (13th and K sts., NW), where you’ll find Captain CookieCarnivore BBQRed Hook Lobster, and Cirque Cuisine.  

L’Enfant (Sixth St. and Maryland Ave., SW), where you’ll find Caribbean Cafe.

Metro Center (12th and G sts., NW), where you’ll find Lemongrass TruckCrepes ParfaitDC BallersCathy’s BistroWassub, and Tokyo in the City. 

Northern Virginia, where you’ll find 

Seoul Food (Rosslyn).

State Department (around 21st St. and Virginia Ave., NW), where you’ll find Dangerously Delicious Pies.

Union Station (North Capitol St. and Massachusetts Ave., NE), where you’ll find Mayur Kabob House.

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