Tag: Brick & Mortar
By Andi Prewitt | Willamette Week The pandemic may have dealt a huge blow to experiential dining, but some food establishments that were...
A fleet of food trucks rolled into the city last week and opened for business in a courtyard beside City Hall, where they served up tacos and teriyaki and a full plate of controversy over whether they'll be good for traditional downtown restaurants and sandwich shops or siphon off their fair-weather customers.
Food truck operators say the city needs to create more room on the road to allow for a vibrant, growing street food scene.
An Irvington spot is the first step toward a permanent location
It's a family affair for one of the carts at the First Friday Food Truck rally.
The Chairman, a food truck and restaurant from San Francisco that specializes in Chinese-style steamed and baked baos, has opened a branch in the downtown Arts District.
Smokin’ Piggy Louisiana Smoke House – now situated at its brick-and-mortar location behind 4 Holland Street West – has come a long way from its food truck origination.
Medford Square will soon be filled with chicken plates.
This week, she is converting the restaurant space inside the Imperial Gardens apartments at James and Oak streets into a "brick and mortar" location for PB&J's Lunch Box. She expects to open on Monday.
Under the current policy, food trucks may not operate closer than 200 linear feet from the nearest brick and mortar restaurant.