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'Food Fight' Documentary; Fairfax Mulls Food Trucks

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POLITICS— The food truck regulation story in D.C. is wrapping up. Mayor Vincent Gray has said he will signed the revised regulations, which passed the city council earlier this week. Meanwhile, Fairfax County is currently accepting applications for food truck vendors. [WCP, EaterWire]

NEW TRUCKSFood Truck Fiesta brings word of Urban Bumpkin BBQ, a truck coming soon to Arlington. They can be found on Twitter at @urbanbumpkinbbq and will serve fusion dishes like a Native American taco and smoked pork Borscht. [FTF]

EVENTS— Next Thursday, Pleasant Pops is hosting its first Adams Morgan food truck night at their brick and mortar location at 1781 Florida Ave. NW. The event starts at 6 p.m. and will feature CapMac, BBQ Bus and more. [EaterWire]

FOOD TV— Apparently there's already a documentary about the city's food truck battle. "Capital Food Fight" will premiere Wednesday, June 25 at 9 p.m. on Maryland Public Television (Channel 22). Here's a trailer. [EaterWire]

Urban Bumpkin BBQ [Photo: Facebook]

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