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