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Bada Bing: Courthose, exact location TBA.

BBQ Bandidos: Wilson and North Stuart streets, Arlington (Ballston).

Big Cheese Truck: First and N streets, Northeast.

Carnivore BBQ: Seventh Street and Maryland Avenue, Southwest.

Curbside Cupcakes: Pinky 1: First Stop: Minnesota Avenue Metro; Second Stop: Waterfront Metro; Third Stop: Navy Yard Metro; Fourth Stop: L'Enfant Metro. Pinky 2: First Stop: Capital South Metro; Second Stop: DC Superior Court (Sixth St. and Indiana Ave., NW); Third Stop: Smithsonian Metro; Fourth Stop: First and N streets, Northeast.

DC Empanadas: Union Station.

DC Pie Truck: L'Enfant.

DC Slices: 20th and L streets, Northwest.

Eat Wonky: 20th Street and Virginia Avenue, Northwest.

El Floridano: Federal Center (Third and D sts., SW).

Fojol Bros.: Second and M streets, Southeast, until 2.

Meat Head Mobile: L'Enfant.

Pi Truck DC: Farragut Square (17th and I sts., NW).

Porc Mobile: 13th Street, Northwest, between K and I streets.

Red Hook Lobster Truck: Navy Yard (Fifth and M sts., SW).

Sabor'a Street: L'Enfant (Maryland Ave. and Sixth St., SW).

Sâuçá:Pangea: Farragut Square; Saucalito: Patriots Plaza (Fourth and E sts.); Marco Polo: 19th and Lynn streets, Arlington.

Sweet Bites Truck: Metro Center and First Street, Northeast.

SweetFlow Mobile: L'Enfant.

Takorean: Chinatown (approximately Eighth and F sts., NW).

Tasty Kabob: 1200 South Hayes Street, Arlington (Pentagon).

Yellow Vendor: 22nd and H streets, Northwest.

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