Observations, pictures, and sketches highlight the transition of moving to the nations's Capitol after 30 years of living in the Midwest. A clash in cultures? Maybe not!
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Move Over Tasty Kabob?
The big green Tasty Kabob food truck is the most frequent and recognizable food truck in this neighborhood. But today, there was an interloper. It was a big purple food truck going by the name of Zesty Kabob with a slogan that says it's really tasty. The strange thing about the Zesty Kabob truck was that it was still parked in the same spot when I walked home this evening, and I could not find it listed on the Internet. Maybe it was there to cater an event for a new congressional staff member. The neighborhood is simply jammed now that everyone is back to work. Good luck with parking! On Sunday we drive over to Arlington to pick up kabob at Moby Dick. Moby Dick is probably the best take out kabob. Then there is Kabob Bazaar in Chevy Chase/Bethesda on Wisconsin Avenue and a second location in Arlington. Yekta is located in Rockville. That place has the best atmosphere, but it's pretty far away. There are simply so many choices, and the food is never a disappointment. In Chicago we went to Reza's every couple of months. It must be a kabob day because tonight we're having leftover Moby Dick. Delicious!