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We are going to start featuring DC's best food trucks right here on GofG, so you can know which trucks to look out for (and how to find them). We begin with our first truck: "Pepe the Food Truck," which features sandwiches by José Andrés.
Open since: March 2012
Why We Like It: José Andrés is pretty famous, and is the master chef behind some of DC's finest restaurants like minibar, Zaytinya, Jaleo, and Oyamel.
The Menu: Spanish-American sandwiches that range from $8-12. Get Route 11 chips with your sandwich for $2, and add non-alcoholic Sangria or Pepe Tonic for $3.
Friday, May 24
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