The Ten: Best Food Trucks

So many choices, so little time. The Ten is your guide to the best of the best that D.C. has to offer.

This week we take a look at the District’s booming food truck scene, which has grown exponentially since mobile eateries starting flooding the streets two summers ago. Whether you’re looking for a quick lunch, a midafternoon pick-me-up, or late night bite, these meals on wheels are worth tracking down and checking out.

Popped! Republic

Snackaholics love this poppery-on-the-go for their politically themed popcorns that bear names like Congressional Cheddar, Capitol Caramel, and K Street Kettle Corn.


In case you were wondering, the name stands for Purveyors Of Rolling Cuisine, but it’s also a nod to the divinely delicious pulled pork that stars in the truck’s signature barbecue sandwich.

Chef Driven DC

Boasting a “champagne taste on a sarsaparilla budget,” this gourmet focused venture offers up a revolving, seasonally inspired menu that has included Thai style pulled pork sliders, steak frites, ceviche, and watermelon and goat cheese salad.

Fojol Bros.

This colorful collective boasts four trucks that each specializes in a different ethnic cuisine: Merlindia (Indian), Benethiopia (Ethiopian), Volathai (Thai) and Rolling Silence (Indian-accented lassipop popsicles).

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