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The Dish: D.C. Food News You Can Use Live

The District's dining scene is one that's booming. Catch the latest food, drink and dining updates on WTOP Living's food list.

Washington's food and drink scene is booming. In fact, more than 100 new restaurants opened in the D.C. area in 2013, alone. 

Make sure you catch the latest on D.C.'s growing restaurant hot spots, cocktail programs and dining deals with WTOP Living.  Here's what's happening this week. 




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  • D.C.'s newest food truck is here for a limited time. The Four Seasons Food Truck is making its way down the East Coast on a 43-day, 1,037-mile trek, hitting nine cities along the way -- and it's in D.C. through Oct. 18. 

    The chef at each host city's Four Seasons designs a menu to highlight the best flavors of the region. Joe Palma, executive chef at Bourbon Steak, crafted the 10-item menu for the District. Dishes range from dime store Bourbon Steak burgers to fried Old Bay shrimp and grits, pulled pork, apple butternut squash cilantro slaw, truffled mac & cheese and more. Dessert-lovers don't need to feel left out: there's fluffernutters and shortbread lady apples too. 

    The truck has been in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore prior to D.C., and will head to Atlanta, Orlando, Palm Beach and Miami after Oct. 18. 

    Keep track of the Four Seasons truck using #FSFoodtruck or follow @FSWashington. 


    (WTOP/Rachel Nania) 

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