06/21/2013 03:41 pm ET Updated 5 days ago

D.C. Food Truck Documentary, 'Capital Food Fight,' Chronicles Restaurant Turf War

Flickr Photo by Ted Eytan

All is interesting in love and restaurant wars?

Food trucks and brick-and-mortar restaurants have been at odds since the trucks began their curbside food service about four years ago, wooing customers away from their stationary, more highly-regulated counterparts.

Now Maryland Public Television will air a documentary, "Capital Food Fight," detailing the fight between the two.

Here's a preview from MPT, which looks "juicy":

D.C. exploded to become a top-5 food truck market in America. But the street fights have been bruising. The battle might be over, but the major players still have something to say.

TEASER - Capital Food Fight from Capital Food Fight Film on Vimeo.

Of course, to some extent the argument sparking this documentary is moot: On Tuesday the D.C. Council approved new amendments to the regulations for food trucks, supported by both the D.C. food truck and restaurant associations. Still, hearing the sides of the argument -- again! -- should be make for an interesting time.

The documentary airs Wednesday, June 26 at 9 p.m. and we're already licking our chops in preparation for the food fight.