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Food Truck Stops: November 9
Every morning, we’ll let you know where to find lunch on wheels. By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published November 9, 2011

Hey there, readers. It's another beautiful day, and the food trucks are out in full force. You'll find at least four vendors at Farragut Square, L'Enfant, and in Northern Virginia. The Ficelle is at Navy Yard debuting its November sandwich, Newman. It's roast turkey, avocado, balsamic onion marmalade, and mayonnaise. Enjoy!

Farragut Square (17th and K sts., NW), where you'll find Benethiopia from Fojol Bros, Basil Thyme, Far East Taco Grille, and Red Hook Lobster (nearby at 20th and M sts.).

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

L'Enfant (Sixth St. and Maryland Ave., SW), where you'll find Merlindia from Fojol Bros, Porc Mobile, Where Halal, Sweet Bites, Sang on Wheels, AZN Eats, and the Cheesecake Truck.

Metro Center (12th and G sts., NW), where you'll find Feelin Crabby, DC Empanadas, and DC Shawarma.

Navy Yard (M St. and New Jersey Ave., SE), where you'll find the Ficelle and Sol Mexican Grill.

NoMa (N St. and New York Ave., NE), where you'll find Tasty Kabob.

Northern Virginia, where you'll find District Taco and Choupi Crepes (Rosslyn), Curbside Cupcake (stops at Ballston, Virginia Square, Crystal City, Pentagon City, and Courthouse), Bada Bing (Crystal City), Top Dog Truck and Uncle Paulie (Tysons), and Red Hook Lobster and Doug the Food Dude (Ballston).

State Department/West End (21st St. and Virginia Ave., NW), where you'll find BBQ Bus, Cajunators, and Mojo Truck.

Union Station (North Capitol St. and Massachusetts Ave., NE), where you'll find Pi Truck, Stress Reliever, and Kabob Bites.

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