Posts Tagged ‘Red Hook Lobster Pound’

Food Trucks Look for Ways to Survive the Winter

Some trucks close for the season, while others suck it up, knowing they’ll lose money.

New Food Truck Zones Coming to Rosslyn

"It could completely eviscerate vending in Rosslyn or it could turn out to be OK over time," says DMV Food Truck Association Chairman Doug Povich.

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

Mobile Warming Curbed The Clique and the Dead Which Food Truck Should I Go To? Food Truckers: The New Baristas A Day in the Life of a Milk and Cookies Food Truck Food Truck Etiquette Tips by Miss Manners Lunch? There's a (Probably Inaccurate) App for That Food Truck or Recreational Sports Team? Take the […]

Molecular Astronomy

José Andrés’ Minibar is back and more expensive than ever. Instead of a piddly $150 per person, the 20-plus course tasting now costs $225 (before tax and tip). What else could you eat around D.C. for that kind of cash? Here are some suggestions: Graphic by Carey Jordan

Last Week’s Greatest Hits on Young & Hungry

With Scott Reitz's last week's cover story blockbuster on Taylorgate and D.C. bread culture, it may have been easy to look over Melissa McCart's Young & Hungry column on winter lobster. On a quick weekend trip to Brooklyn, I happened to hang out in the home neighborhood of D.C.'s favorite lobster truck, Red Hook—which has […]

A Lobster in Winter

Catching lobster in the dead of winter isn’t for the faint of heart. As the temperature dips and lobsters grow hard shells, they migrate to warmer waters in deeper seas, far from shore. Only the most determined fishermen will face open seas and hazardous conditions to bring in a winter catch. Demand for the crustaceans […]

Reason: Red Hook Lobster Roll Is Poster Child for Deregulation

The good folks over at Reason have put together a slick video featuring everyone's favorite lobster truck. To boil it all down, Reason simply declares that deregulation has made the nation's capital a "world class place to eat lunch." Which is true, in part. But the story, naturally, is far more complicated. For those who […]

Annapolis Seafood Induces Crabcake-Driven Nostalgia

Like many people during the holidays, I found myself bouncing between households, trains, and automobiles, with a suitcase holding too many presents and not enough clothes. The traveling part sucks, of course, but the destinations and time with family make the journey worth it. Just before Christmas, I found myself in Anne Arundel County where […]

Lobster Hawkers Wade Into Neighborhood Name Game

While it's not really news that the Red Hook Lobster Pound's D.C. truck will be stationed for lunch near 19th and L streets NW—good luck finding parking!—it might be worth noting that the Brooklyn-based lobster folks are confused about what neighborhood they'll be serving. (And they'll have "[s]hrimp, warm lobster, clam chowder & hot cider!") […]

Changing Tables: Arlington Rooftop Bar and Grill Now Open, Another Matchbox on the Way

The latest in restaurant openings, closings, and highly unstable target dates. Coming Soon: Rockville is getting set to open the latest outpost of the gourmet pizza bar, Matchbox, as early as Friday with an impressive spot which can seat more than 400 people! (Bethesda magazine) Dupont Circle will soon have a new yogurt and parfait […]