Village Patisserie

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sandwich food cart portland

Village Patisserie

Location: SE 11th and Tacoma in Sellwood
Hours: Mon,Wed, Fri, Sat, 9am-7pm; Tues, Thurs – 9am-3pm

The Story: I delight in a great sandwich. In Sellwood, Village Patisserie offers up both breakfast and lunch sandwiches all day from their food cart.

Sellwood now has 2 food cart pods with Piknik Park on SW Tacoma sporting eight vendors including a beer and wine cart. Village Patisserie has been their from the start offering up breakfast and lunch sandwiches along with salads, soups and desserts. Their ginger snap cookie is the bomb, but I digress. After skipping breakfast, I needed something substantial, so opted for The Sellwood, Village Patisserie’s big boy sammy. Turkey, bacon, melted cheddar cheese, mayo, arugula, tomato, and avocado with a drizzle of special sauce is served on a ciabatta bun. Not normally a fan of turkey on sandwiches, yet with the bacon, mayo and avocado, I devoured it. The ciabatta is an unsung hero for a sandwich of this type. It held together unlike some other bread choices. Overall, a great sandwich with all the right flavors.

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The Sellwood from Village Patisserie

Village Patisserie is open at 9am most days and stays open for lunch and into the dinner hour or until they sell out. If you’re down that way, maybe checking out some antiques, visit Piknik Park and let Village Patisserie know Food Carts Portland sent ya.

Menu

Facebook: Village Patisserie

Olivia’s Wonderland of Taste

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comfort food cart portland

Olivia’s Wonderland of Taste

Location: NE 7th and Killingsworth, Piedmont Station
Hours: Wed-Sat, 11am-9pm; Sun/Mon, 12-8

Olivia’s Wonderland of Taste offers up comfort food Portland hasn’t seen in awhile. All from a tiny little food cart. Beer Cheese and Mac, A potato bar or a Philly rice bowl and breakfast burritos. Open daily.

Facebook: Olivia’s

Kind Coffee

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20160202_134424Location: SE 43rd and Belmont – Bite on Belmont
Hours: Tues-Sat, 8:30-4pm; Sunday, 8:30-3pm

Coffee, Tea, Espresso, Breakfast.

Facebook: Kind

Chicharito’s Mexican Grill

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Mexican Food Cart Portland

Chicharito’s Mexican Grill

Location: SW 3rd and Washington
Hours: Lunch daily

The Story: Downtown Portland has a number of Mexican food cart options, some old, some new. Chicharito’s Mexican Grill offers up breakfast, lunch and dinner at SW 3rd and Washington. Pick up a chicharon quesadilla on your way to the office for a mere $4. Or a torta filled with refried beans, meat and escambiche peppers. They have something for everyone.

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Torta from Chicharito’s

Facebook: Chicharito’s Mexican Grill

Back to Eden Bakery Cart

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Back to Eden Bakery Cart

Location: SE 48th and Woodstock at The Joinery
Hours: Check Facebook for updated hours

The Story: Back to Eden Bakery knows how to feed Portland. With cases of treats and baked goods catering to vegan, gluten-free and those with food sensitivities, one doesn’t need to go far to get your sweet-tooth on. Back to Eden expanded, bringing a food cart with their delectable morsels to Tidbit on SE Division. Back to Eden opened on NE Alberta in 2009 with the goal of bringing diverse and flavorful baked goods to everyone. A full gluten-free bakery, they want to offer any customer, whether they have allergies to soy, dairy or sugar, a special treat. No one should have to forgo enjoying a raspberry bar due to a sensitivity. After much success at Alberta, the company expanded with a hand built food cart at Tidbit last spring. The cart offers many of the items available at the bakery which includes fudge, cake, cookies, macaroons, cream pies, seasonal fruit pies, cupcakes, vegan ice cream and ice cream floats. The list goes on. The entire sidewalk window of the cart is chalk full of delightful treats. A chocolate chip cookie. A veggie quiche with tomato, zucchini and basil. A chocolate hazelnut sea salt macaroon. Wow! Not normally a sweet tooth, I dove in and ate it all. bakery food cart
I’m so happy to see companies who have successfully grown a brick and mortar restaurant open food carts. It allows other neighborhoods the opportunity to try new dishes and explore new cuisines. Back to Eden did it right. Now, they just need to open an outpost in my neighborhood. The Back to Eden Cart is open daily, so drop on by and let them know Food Carts Portland sent ya.

Find their menu at BackToEdenBakery.com

Facebook: Back to Eden Bakery
Twitter: @Back_To_Eden

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