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The Fojol Bros. Go the Bus Route

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

NEW DEVELOPMENTS— D.C. food truck pioneers The Fojol Bros. are retrofitting old buses to become their new food trucks; customers would be able to dine inside them. The Post's Tim Carman also takes a look inside the company's wacky headquarters. [WaPo]

POLITICS— New proposed food truck vending regulations in Arlington would double the hours for food trucks. Meanwhile, here's what D.C. food trucks have to say about the most recent proposals in the District. [WaPo, WCP]

NEW TRUCKSMama's Donut Bites is new to Arlington, serving up donuts with a free toppings bar. [ARLNOW]

REVIEWS— Brightest Young Things tries out Kaftamania, which serves up the Lebanese meat patties along with stuffed grape leaves and baba ghanoush. [BYT]

COMING SOON— Former Olympian Giuseppe Lanzone and his younger brother Mario Lanzone, a bartender at Napoleon Bistro & Lounge, are launching Peruvian Brothers in April. It will serve sandwiches and empanadas. Meanwhile, in April, Arlington will see the arrival of the Trolley Pub, a bar on wheels. [WCP, Patch]

THE SHUTTERBasil Thyme is ceasing operations for its trucks. [WCP]

The Fojol Bros. [Photo: Facebook]