Tag: Oregon

National News: 4 Cities with Amazing Food Truck Scenes

By now, food trucks are a mainstream phenomenon, one igniting cravings countrywide. Offering a tasty reason for a themed vacation, some cities take portable vittles to new heights.

Portland, OR: The Italian Market brings South Philly Street Food to Portland

cheesesteaks are for tourists! Those are the first words I remember hearing from the owners of The Italian Market almost a year ago

Portland, OR: Cambodian Cart Sok Sab Bai Debuts Brick-and-Mortar

It's official: Cambodian street food spot Sok Sab Bai is off the street, having settled into the SE 21st brick-and-mortar digs that most recently housed Bara Sushi.

Seattle, WA: Hey West Coast, Seattle Trucks Like Your Style

Game on sister; you're steppin' with your gat on safety because here are three mobile food concepts originating from Los Angeles, Portland, and San Francisco that Seattle has covered.

Vancouver, CAN: Vancouver’s Food Carts Headed for Portland-Style Clusters

There’s something about all the carts being in the same place that makes six times the people come out

Nelson, CAN: The Rise of the Food Cart in Nelson

Every city that has attempted to adopt the food cart culture has faced its own problems.

Nelson, BC: Nelson Food Trucks – How Much is Too Much?

Havemann and Clint were busy selling food to the crowds at the Starbelly Jam Music Festival in Crawford Bay and even to the masses at MarketFest on Baker Street.

Grant Pass, OR: Grants Pass Moves Mobile Food Trucks

A couple Ordinances of Grants Pass City Council change regulations for solicitor/peddler, mobile vending, and temporary merchant licensing and establish mobile vending zones for use by mobile vending vehicles.

Grants Pass, OR: Grants Pass City Council Votes To Restrict Mobile Food Vendors

Mobile food vendors will not be able to operate on any Grants Pass sidewalks under an ordinance approved by the City Council last week.

Portland, OR: Donations Exceed Amount Stolen from a Portland Food Truck

hen customers saw her letter, donations began flooding in through extra large tips, donations to her website and even more traffic to her N.E. Portland food cart that is usual for a non-holiday.