Tag: Oregon

Medford, OR: Thrive’s Food Truck Festival

The street food scene in Medford is growing at a slow pace compared with other cities around the country. Though several carts grace certain downtown corners and serve tasty menu items, there's still a desire for a convenient food truck court offering an array of cuisine.

Portland, OR: Four-Star Food ‘Truck’ Headed to Portland

A popular Seattle food "truck" is hitting the road. The Monte Cristo is moving to Portland to serve employees of an unnamed Portland tech company

Portland, OR: Portland Food Cart Wins Change in OLCC Liquor Licensing Rule

Artigiano's beer and wine application, which was recommended by the Portland Police Bureau and the city's Office of Neighborhood Involvement, had been on the commission's August agenda.

Portland, OR: A Seattle Food Truck Heads to Portland

The Seattle Times reports that the gourmet grilled cheese truck will be going private. There is no word yet on which company they will be serving, but it will be one of Portland’s technology companies.

Winchester Bay, OR: Sewer Rule Could Spell End for Mobile Vendor

The business will only be here until October. It has no restrooms, and any “graywater,” usually dishwater, is picked up by a weekly service.

Beaverton, OR: Proposed Beaverton Food Cart Pods Could Attract New Vendors, Boost Business, Supporters...

Food cart pods could open Beaverton's doors to larger trucks, stationary trailers and the wide variety of food-cart cuisine seen in neighboring Portland.

National News: 4 Outrageous Food Truck Names

When naming a business, most people believe that the name should say it all. In the case of some food trucks, though, we sincerely hope that these names don't.

Portland, OR: Guy Fieri to Showcase Chamorro Food Truck

The tiny food cart PDX671 shares Chamorro comfort food with its Portland, Ore., community and last week, it got a visit from the Food Network's Guy Fieri.

Portland, OR: Food Cart Owner Nong Balances Life, Work and Play

Nong moved to Portland from Bangkok in 2003, working at Thai restaurants around town before deciding to start her own business. She opened her first cart downtown in 2009; three years later, she opened a second center-city location, plus a takeout kitchen in Southeast Portland.

Vancouver, CAN: Vancouver Named Third-Best Food Truck City in North America

Food trucks have been on the radar at recent Vancouver city council meetings as the number of food carts grow and permits are reviewed. Council has suggested using Portland as a model as the food cart business continues to gain popularity in Vancouver.