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Street food lovers, now that Adrian Fenty and Vincent Gray have finished duking it out, it’s time for a voting contest you really care about: deciding which street vendors will take part in the first annual Curbside Cook-off on Oct. 7 and 8 at CityCenterDC.
DCRA, in partnership with the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities and Brightest Young Things, announced on Monday that they would be hosting the event, which could turn into D.C.’s version of the Vendy Awards. BYT and Chinatown Coffee are hosting a kick-off happy hour tonight for the contest.
Voting began this morning at 9 and will stay open through midnight on Sept. 22. You can cast ballots here. You can vote for any licensed D.C. vendor, mobile or stationary, and the top 20 vote-getters will be invited to compete. If you don’t necessarily remember the name of your favorite food truck, you can still vote for them by supplying their primary location.
Food truck lovers, commence your voting.