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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.

Curbside Cupcakes: First stop: McPherson Square (15th and I sts., NW); second stop: Navy Yard Metro; third stop: Fourth and M streets, Southwest; last stop: L’Enfant Metro.

DC Slices: 25 Massachusetts Avenue (between North Capitol and G sts., NW)

District Taco: 23rd Street and Crystal Drive, Arlington (Crystal City).

Eat Wonky: Union Station (N. Capitol St. and Massachusetts Ave., NW) until 2.

El Floridano: Union Station (N. Capitol St. and Massachusetts Ave., NW).

Fojol Bros.: Capitol Hill, roughly Pennsylvania and North Carolina avenues, Southeast, until 2.

Food Chain DC: M Street between Connecticut Avenue and 17th Street, Northwest.

Rebel Heroes: North Moore Street between 19th Street and Wilson Boulevard, Arlington (Rosslyn).

Sâuçá: Pangea truck is at I Street between 15th Street and Vermont Avenue, Northwest; Saucalito truck is at Seventh Street between Maryland and Independence avenues, Southwest.

Red Hook Lobster Truck: Foggy Bottom, 22nd Street between G and H streets, Northwest, at 11:30 AM.

SweetFlow Mobile: L’Enfant Plaza (Seventh St. and Maryland Ave., SW) and then the Crystal City Farmers Market in Arlington (Crystal Dr. between 18th and 20th sts.) until 5.

Sweet Bites Truck: First stop: Union Station (Massachusetts Ave. and N. Capitol St., NW); second stop: 820 First Street, Northeast (in front of CNN).

Yellow Vendor: 12th and F streets, Northwest.

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Anna Spiegel
Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.