The city's talented longtime food vendors may have to find a new home for their meals on wheels.
Food trucks, scattered throughout downtown Portland, offer a great midnight snack option.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.