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Bethesda Gets New Vietnamese, Ethiopian Trucks; José Andrés' Pepe Food Truck Hits The Suburbs

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

In Food Truck Friday, Eater looks at what food trucks are hitting the streets, closing up shop, attending festivals or getting political. See anything happening in your neighborhood? Send us a note at
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BETHESDA— New food trucks in Bethesda are focusing on serving up authentic Ethiopian and Vietnamese cuisine; Mesob on Wheels dishes out the former, while Banh Mi Annie serves the latter. [Bethesda Magazine]

ARLINGTONJosé Andrés Pepe Food truck has now started making the rounds in Northern Virginia. [NVM]

DOWNTOWN— After meeting with city officials, the D.C. Food Truck Association expressed disapproval over proposed regulations that would allow the government to pick and choose the number of locations where trucks can operate. "Establishing Mobile Roadway Vending locations could cut the number of food trucks in some of the most popular mobile vending areas by half," said executive director Che Ruddell-Tabisola in a statement. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN AND LOUDOUN COUNTY— Food Truck Fiesta spots two new trucks hitting the streets; @HenHouse, a sister truck to Tasty Fried serving fried chicken and seafood, will roam downtown while Italian truck @RovingItalian has been spotted Northern Virginia Community College Loudoun campus. [Food Truck Fiesta]

ZOMG NUTELLAEater spotted the Nutella food truck on the streets Monday. [-EDC-]

Pepe Food Truck [José Andrés]

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