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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.

DC Slices: New Jersey Avenue and M Street, Southeast.

District Taco: Ballston, location TBD.

El Floridano: D Street between Third and Fourth streets, Southwest, at 11:30.

Fojol Bros.: Metro Center (roughly 11th and G sts., NW) from 11:45 until 2.

Food Chain DC: North Capitol and E streets, Northwest; Fourth and E streets, Northwest; Tenth and K streets, Northwest; M Street between 17th Street and Connecticut Avenue, Northwest; L'Enfant Promenade (between Independence Ave. and D St., SW); Howard University: Sixth Street between Fairmont Street and Howard Place, Northwest.

Red Hook Lobster Truck: World Bank/George Washington University (roughly 22nd and G sts., NW).

Sâuçá: Pangea will be at 15th and I streets, Northwest. Saucalito will be at Fourth Street and Maryland Avenue, Southwest.  

Solar Crepes: Ninth and Stuart streets, Arlington (Ballston).

Sweet Bites Truck: Crystal Drive and 18th Street, Arlington.

SweetFlow Mobile: First stop: Ballston (roughly N. Fairfax Dr. and N. Stuart St., Arlington); Second stop: Courthouse/Clarendon (roughly Washington Blvd. and N. Irving St.); Third stop: Rosslyn (roughly Wilson Blvd. and N. Fort Myer St.); Fourth stop: 21st and H streets, Northwest.

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.

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.