October 10, 2013
Place Your Holiday Catering Order by Nov. 15 & Get Free BBQ Bus Bucks!
Planning your holiday party for friends, family or coworkers? Make it the best party EVER with BBQ Bus!
Order by November 15, and for every $100 you spend in catering we’ll give you $10 in BBQ Bus Bucks! Use them for stocking stuffers, the office raffle – or keep them for yourself!
Mix and match pans of smoked meats and fresh-made sides to create the perfect menu of your BBQ favorites at www.BBQBusDC.com/Picnic.
Then place your order by e-mail at Hungry@BBQBusDC.com or by phone at (202) 656-QBus today!
September 12, 2013
A Day in the Life – Tadd Ruddell-Tabisola, Chef and Co-Owner of BBQ Bus
In the Capital
By Carl Pierre
Tadd Ruddell-Tabisola is co-owner of BBQ Bus, one of the most popular local D.C. food trucks. BBQ Bus has already become synonymous with ‘delicious mobile eats’ with the lunch crowd in the District, but few people are familiar with the actual amount of effort and time it takes to prep and run one of the busiest food trucks in the city. Read More.
May 22, 2013
What the Truck?! BBQ Bus!
By Katie Andriulli
Although the meats are obviously the main event here, the sides are, dare I say it, even better than the headliner. Baked beans, slaw, black bean salad and roasted corn are featured daily, along with rotating specials. The day I went they were offering mashed potatoes with bacon, which… yes, please, always. Read More.
April 5, 2013
Keep on Truckin: BBQ Bus
Brightest Young Things
By Lauren Jones
Let me be clear: Even in this governmental suits-and-ties city we inhabit, if what I am eating involves BBQ sauce, I will be licking my fingers. As you know, sauce is one of my two favs and I am not ashamed. Meet Tadd Ruddell-Tabisola, owner of the BBQ Bus and winner of the DC Meat Week BBQ Food Truck Face Off. Read More.
December 6, 2011
If Only the Guys from BBQ Bus Would Switch Teams
Where to Eat at DC Food Trucks
Free lunch was being offered at work today as a part of a conference I’m participating in, but the Guinness beef stew with fire-roasted corn was calling my name 5 blocks (sans umbrella) through the rain. It was obviously cooked low & slow because the alcohol taste of the beer was totally gone leaving just a rich & creamy medley with tomatoes & onions. Read more.