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Eclectic Food Culture Entices Diners Across the District

By Maddie Finn and Allan Navarro November 16, 2018

Food served out of a truck. Bottomless mimosas before noon. Innovative ethnic cuisine. Kitchens bursting with creativity. These scenarios describe not a culinary utopia but rather the food scene of...

The 10 Reasons Why Everyone Must Attend Kickback

The 10 Reasons Why Everyone Must Attend Kickback

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein September 8, 2015

Those of you who were around last fall should remember that The Corp started an awesome music and art festival, combining Georgetown-based acts and professional headliners. I wasn't there personally,...

DC Ranked Third for Best Dessert Food Trucks

DC Ranked Third for Best Dessert Food Trucks

By Griffin Greco and Griffin Greco July 25, 2014

For those Hoyas lucky enough to be in DC this summer, it’s time for you to get out and get some dessert on the street. There’s a whole world of of dessert trucks out there selling everything from sweet...

Spoon U Celebrates Food Fest

By David Brown April 10, 2014

The Georgetown chapter of Spoon University will celebrate the nationwide online food magazine’s launch at the university on Feb. 19 with a Food Fest on Friday. Spoon University is an online food publication...

Goodbye, Food Trucks?

Goodbye, Food Trucks?

By Max Wheeler and Max Wheeler April 8, 2013

There's nothing better than walking around after a long day of classes only to spot a food truck parked on the side of the road, dishing out all kinds of crazy cuisine.  Better yet, if you're out sight-seeing...

Regulations Would Limit Locations for Food Trucks

By Natasha Khan March 26, 2013

Washington, D.C., released a fourth version of proposed revisions to food truck regulations March 8, which, if passed, would loosen licensing requirements but restrict locations where food trucks can set...

Food Trucks a Hilltop Staple

By The Editorial Board February 12, 2013

On any given weekend night, scores of Georgetown students can be found not only on Village A rooftops or bars on M Street but also in front of Lauinger Library. These regulars certainly aren’t waiting...

Sales Tax Hits Food Trucks

By Kelly Church October 16, 2012

Food trucks in the D.C. area are now required to charge a 10 percent sales tax in accordance with a new law enacted Oct. 1. The D.C. Council approved the tax in May, requiring vendors that bring in...

Drink the District: Beer Edition

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy July 18, 2012

If there's one thing that we truly love here at 4E, it's the phrase "unlimited beer tasting." Lucky for us, Drink the District is hosting an event that is just that. On July 28, Drink the District: Beer...

ANC Debates Food Trucks

By Sarah Patrick February 27, 2012

Discussion of new food truck regulations monopolized the Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E'smonthly meeting Monday night. The commission voted to send a letter to the D.C. Department of Consumer...

Curbside Kitchens Serve Up Convenient Cuisine

By Sheena Karkal February 23, 2012

The District is home to some of the country's best food, but it's not always found in a restaurant. In recent years, food trucks have become more plentiful in D.C., bringing delicious treats to all corners...

Food for Thought

By The Editorial Board November 17, 2011

Neighborhood complaints about rowdy students roaming the area in search of late-night food may sound like business as usual. But there is something the university can do to keep students off the streets,...

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