Washington, DC

From a press release:

The Schmaltz Brothers are ready to roll – we’re talkin’ a Food Truck offering a Hanukkah Menu starting Thursday, December 10, 2020, just in time for the holiday. Compatriots, Chap Gage of Susan Gage Caterers and Yehuda Malka, a graduate of rabbinical school, have “mobilized” their friendship into a partnership to “roll out” a new concept in Maryland and Washington, DC, by offering kosher friendly food on wheels. Read More

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6914 Fourth Street, NW courtesy Old Takoma Business Association

From a press release:

“Washington, DC area institution, Takoma Station Tavern, has reopened after a 3 month break with several exciting new additions. Co-owners David Boyd and Mel Florez welcome Chef Adrian Stewart, most recently from the Congressional Country Club and trained at the Culinary Institute of America. Chef Stewart introduces a new Chill and Grill menu with soul food favorites including BBQ chicken, beef brisket, ribs, collard greens, mac and cheese and more. Read More

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via CapMac

Ed. Note: A couple of weeks ago we also note the Red Hook Lobster Truck had been listed for sale.

Thanks to Colleen for passing from CapMac:

“Hi everyone! We hope you’ve been hanging in there, staying healthy, and staying positive! The following announcement comes from heavy hearts as we have had an amazing 6 years of serving the DMV full of memories, friendships, and delicious food! Unfortunately, for personal reasons, we have decided to close our window. Read More

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courtesy Call Your Mother

From a press release:

“Call Your Mother, Washington D.C.’s nationally renowned, locally grown “Jew-ish” deli, opens its first mobile kitchen, the Call Your Mother Trolley, Tuesday, July 14.

Also known as Honey, the original name of the antique streetcar, Call Your Mother’s bagel trolley is rolling into Bethesda, Maryland and parking next to Suburban Hospital at 8804 Old Georgetown Road. With social distancing in mind, guests can order bulk bagels and their favorite signature sandwiches ahead here or at the trolley. The full Call Your Mother menu will be available soon.

MENU (PDF)

“It’s one of the old trollies that used to tour the city, but it’s no longer orange and green,” says Andrew Dana, Founder and Co-Owner of Call Your Mother. Instead, the trolley is outfitted in the brand’s emblematic pink and green meant to evoke “Boca-meets-Brooklyn” blending outstanding bagels and bright South Florida vibes. Some of South Florida’s well-known Jewish retirement homes are the inspiration behind the names of Call Your Mother’s quirky woodfire bagel sandwiches. Read More

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