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“What was once an old parking lot is now Lunch Box, Washington D.C.’s first and only lunchtime food truck pod”

by Prince Of Petworth September 28, 2015 at 11:40 am 2 Comments

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From a press release:

“What was once an old parking lot is now Lunch Box, Washington D.C.’s first and only lunchtime food truck pod.

Located in the heart of NoMa at First Street and N Street NE, Lunch Box is an outdoor venue where people can have lunch on orange picnic tables and play games amidst building-sized murals. Lunch Box is open to the public weekdays from 11AM – 2PM. Every Wednesday at noon, there will be free concerts, giveaways, and food trucks.

The Wednesday Concert Schedule is as follows:

September 30: Rew Smith (Rock)
October 7: Tony M (Acoustic/Rock)
October 14: Darcy Dawn (Pop/Rock)
October 21: Jason Masi (Acoustic/Soul)
October 28: Levi Stephens (R&B/Soul)

Lunch Box will operate through the end of the fall, shortly thereafter construction will begin on JBG and Brandywine Realty Trust’s N Street NoMa development. This phase of the mixed-use project will bring great new retail, including a 7-screen Landmark Theatre, as well as 220 residential units, 119,00 SF of loft office space, and an additional 250,000 SF of office space.”

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