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Truck Stops: Where to Find Lunch on Wheels

Every morning, we’ll let you know where the area’s food trucks are rolling.

The rain is keeping a number of trucks idle, but there are still a few rolling around town. Here's where to get lunch on wheels.

Curbside Cupcakes: First stop: 15th and M streets, Northwest; Second stop: Capitol South Metro (First St. between C and D sts., SE); Third stop: Franklin Square (14th and K sts., NW).

DC Slices: L'Enfant (Seventh St. and Maryland Ave., SW).

Fojol Bros.: L'Enfant (around Seventh St. and Maryland Ave., SW).

Food Chain DC: Howard University: Sixth Street between Fairmont Street and Howard Place, Northwest.

Red Hook Lobster Truck: L'Enfant (Seventh St. and Independence Ave., SW).

Sâuçá: Pangea will be at One Massachusetts Avenue, Northwest (near North Capitol St.); Saucalito will be at 12th and G streets, Northwest.

SweetFlow Mobile: 24th and M streets, Northwest, at 11.

TaKorean: Navy Yard/Department of Transportation (M St. and New Jersey Ave., SE).

Tasty Kabob: Cart one: 1525 Wilson Boulevard (next to Safeway and Lynne St.), Arlington, from 11 to 3. Cart two: 1735 North Lynne street (between 19th St. and Wilson Blvd.), Arlington, from 11 to 3.

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