Food Trucks: From The City To The Suburbs?

Food Trucks: From The City To The Suburbs?

A look at changing regulations for food trucks in the District and the suburbs.

While D.C. lawmakers seek out stricter rules for food trucks setting up shop on downtown streets, some of their suburban counterparts are cooking up regulations to make food truck operations easier. Some say the shifting policies could lead to an exodus of D.C.’s mobile vendors to places like Arlington, Va. We look at changing dynamics for food trucks in the District and the suburbs.

Guests

Jessica Sidman

Food Editor, Young & Hungry columnist Washington City Paper

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