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District Taco’s Revenge

Yesterday We Love DC reported that Arlington taco truck District Taco had been unceremoniously booted from its regular spot in Rosslyn.

Why? Because the spot — boldly staked out between Baja Fresh and Chipotle — apparently wasn’t sitting well with management at Baja Fresh, who complained to Monday Properties, which was renting the space to District Taco.

Well, Osiris Hoil and his crew were back on the streets of Rosslyn this morning, bringing their breakfast burritos to the masses. They found a new spot on North Lynn Street, between Wilson Boulevard and 19th Street, according to their Twitter feed.

“That is right, we are back!!! We might be small but our heart is big! Who doesn’t want to make the American Dream?” Hoil wrote.

If you hurry, you may be able to get the pollo asado or carnitas District Taco is serving for lunch.

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