Portland, OR: Food Cart Pods and News
Bites on Belmont opened in January, providing a space for a few of the displaced vendors from Good Food Here which closed in December.
Portland, OR: Portland’s Incredible Food Cart Scene Is in Danger
The city's talented longtime food vendors may have to find a new home for their meals on wheels.
Salem, OR: Enjoy food truck fare at ‘Fork n Spoon Craze’ Feb. 12
Just like the inaugural food truck gathering, "The Food Truck Function," the food trucks will pool their tips and donate them to The Boys & Girls Club of Salem, Marion and Polk Counties.
Medford, OR: Medford won’t let food truck park in front of downtown club
Late-night revelers at the Bohemian Club have been enjoying a midnight meal at the Fired Up Food Truck that has been parking outside since November.
Bend, OR: Food carts rolling into Bend
Five months later, he opened Big Skis Pierogis, a Polish food cart that offers a rotating selection of 30 pierogis, of which five to six are available on any given day. After beginning in a lot on SW 14th Street , Big Skis has since moved up the street to Goodlife Brewing, where it sits on the edge of the brewery’s beer garden.
Portland, OR: Grizzlies fans munch on Portland food truck finds
Food trucks, scattered throughout downtown Portland, offer a great midnight snack option.
Portland, OR: Everybody Loves Bing Mi!
The lines at this downtown food cart just got way longer.
Los Angeles, CA: Tillamook Truck Rolls Into Town With Free Ice Cream
The Tillamook ice cream truck is in Lakewood today, in Torrance and Redondo Beach and Hawthorne (parked at various Albertsons and Vons locations) over the weekend, and then on Thursday, April 17, it will be heading to Westwood, where the truck will be parked outside of Simplethings.
Portland, OR: Food Trucks Bring Jobs, Flavors & A Friendly Urban Vibe
In Portland, Ore., immigrants and other restaurant workers open food trucks to build businesses. And residents get the best fast food they've ever had.
Portland, OR: Dalo’s Kitchen Food Truck
They make the injera, and it's the softest, fluffiest, gluten-free stuff I have ever seen. I have no idea what sort of grain these are made from, but I'm not even sure they have teff in them at all.