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Posted at 4:25 PM ET, 12/15/2010

Benethiopia truck takes a winter vacation

By Tim Carman
fojol image_opt.jpg Fojol Bros. founder Justin Vitarello in warmer times. (Washington Post archive photo)

It seems the Red Hook Lobster Pound truck is not the only vehicle taking time off the streets this holiday season. The Fojol Bros.' Benethiopia truck, which debuted this fall, plans to take a hiatus this winter, starting sometime late next week.

The truck won't return to the streets until mid-February. What gives?

Read the rest of the story over at the Going Out Gurus blog.

By Tim Carman  | December 15, 2010; 4:25 PM ET
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