Posts Tagged ‘Basil Thyme’

Curbed: Could New Regulations Kill D.C.’s Food Truck Culture?

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Basil Thyme Food Trucks Closing Up for Good

Basil Thyme, whose pasta and lasagna trucks are the highest rated food trucks on Yelp, is putting the brakes on its operations. Owner Brian Farrell says he'll close the trucks in the next month or two. Basil Thyme was among the first 20 food trucks in D.C. when it launched in June of 2011. But […]

Popular Basil Thyme Food Truck Rescued From Impound Lot

Popular food truck Basil Thyme (City Paper readers' pick for second-best food truck in the city) got towed from its vending location near Metro Center earlier today. DCist reports that operator Brian Farrell owed about $1,000 in outstanding parking tickets. Tuesday's parking enforcement action comes at a time when the city is revising its regulations […]

Pasta Su Ruote: D.C.’s Latest Food Truck Gets Noodling

For an estimated 300 hours, Brian Farrell used a hammer, drill and sandpaper pad to scratch swirling lines onto the exterior of his food truck, Basil Thyme. The effect is subtle, but Farrell is quick to connect the dots: "This is to remind people that everything in the truck is made from scratch." The plan—as […]