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Newly proposed rules for D.C. food trucks include “vending development zones” allowing neighborhoods to decide how many mobile vendors can operate in their area. [WaPo]

Does paying a little more for that hormone-free, veggie-fed beef burger at Black & Orange make you feel good enough to justify the money? [A Hamburger Today]

ChurchKey not only stocks some 555 types of beer—-it also serves upwards of 1,558 tater tots in a single night. [CityEats]

Washingtonian critics aren’t looking for free food, no matter what anonymous haters say. [Eater DC]

No, seriously, is this José Andrés’ place? [HuffPo]