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Morso Closes In Georgetown; Austin Grill Debuts Food Truck

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GEORGETOWN—TastingTable reports that Morso will no longer be serving its Eastern Mediterranean mezze. Both the Georgetown restaurant and its takeout arm, Morso Express, have shuttered. [TT]

FOOD TRUCKS—The Austin Grill's new food truck hit the streets today for the first time serving up burritos, burgers and wings. The Tex-Mex chain is an example of brick-and-mortar restaurants embracing the mobile business model — and quite the opposite of those that are seeking to require food trucks to pay the District's 10 percent sales tax. No margaritas on the menu, which you can see in full here. [EaterWire]

CHINATOWN—The Verizon Center is playing host to March Madness this weekend and fans attending the NCAA tourney games here will have the option for some grub that goes beyond the usual concession fare. Well, if your tickets are on the Acela Club Level, at least. The chef will be serving three different kinds of mac 'n cheese, including one with slab bacon and barbecue potato chip crust. [EaterWire]

Morso [Photo: Yelp]


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