Van Ness saw one of the area’s popular food trucks this week and will see another one Friday.
Sauca, which serves international foods from regions such as Latin America and the Mediterranean, will come to the neighborhood Friday, it said on Twitter. Sauca tweets when it stops, so it will likely announce on @wheresauca when it reaches Van Ness.
Red Hook Lobster Pound, which serves mainly lobster and shrimp dishes, came to Van Ness Wednesday, it said. It had stopped outside the Fannie Mae headquarters on Wisconsin Avenue Northwest earlier in the day.
The city’s many food trucks stay downtown almost exclusively, so the Van Ness visits are rare treats. A non-exhaustive search shows that El Floridano stopped in the neighborhood in September, and that’s about it. We Love DC runs a daily aggregated Food Truck Tracker post, but the trucks’ individual Twitter accounts are likely the best sources.
What food trucks should come to the neighborhood?