Lobsters Trucks to Stay in Washington D.C.
|Running Time: 115 seconds
||Published: 2011-01-09 11:32:22
When the Washington D.C. City Council loosened the rules governing food trucks back in 2007, it led to a culinary explosion in the nation's capital, enabling District lunch-goers to chow down on bulgogi tacos, pork banh mi, gourmet pizza, and more. Never known as a place for retail innovation, D.C.'s roving lunch scene is starting to compare favorably with such culinary hotspots as New York and Los Angeles, which have been cracking down on their legendary food trucks.
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