Yesterday’s Judging Restaurants post reviewed the Sauca food truck. While there were mostly positive comments, my favorite one included a link to a New York Times article about about a Lobster Roll truck coming to DC:
Susan Povich, a proprietor of the pound, which in addition to live Maine lobsters sells prepared lobster rolls at the Brooklyn Flea and at its storefront operation on Van Brunt Street in Brooklyn, said that the company would be starting its southern strategy on April 30 at the Azalea Garden Festival in Bethesda, selling lobster rolls from a tent.
Ms. Povich and her husband, Ralph Gorham, have purchased a truck from which to sell rolls in the District, Ms. Povich said, and they will be starting that business in early June, as soon as the vehicle is “totally tricked-out.”
I can’t express in words how happy this makes me.
But if you can’t wait until June H Street, NE’s Liberty Tree currently serves a terrific lobster roll.