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Behold the Lobster Truck Lobster Roll!

Photo by PoPville flickr user ekelly80

Yesterday word spread very quickly that the Lobster Roll truck was finally hitting the streets. @LobstertruckDC hit Farragut Square yesterday and lines were forming by 11am. They sold out (after an additional resupply) by 3pm. Ah lobster rolls.

The truck itself is also quite cool. It has a built in fountain soda dispenser – first I’ve seen:

Today they’ll be at L’enfant plaza but I also heard some more good news. It looks like the truck is going to try to add some night service in addition to regular lunch stops. When I asked where we might be able to find them at night they mentioned Adams Morgan. Sweet. They also encourage you to recommend locations (both day and night) and you can do so, and follow their locations, on twitter here.

The team was kind enough to pose for a photo after a long day’s work at Farragut Square.

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