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Food Reviews & Stories
The name of this cart—and the endearingly irregular, hand-painted yellow characters that spell it out across the side of the trailer—is telling. Everything is simple, satisfying, cheap and, of course, generously doused with owner Rick Johnson’s smoky-sweet sauce. The rib sandwich m   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Ethan Smith


Food Reviews & Stories
Frito pie: two words that don’t share space on enough Portland menus. Now you can add Savvy J’s to the short list of destinations for chili-smothered Fritos. Out of classic food-truck digs, this soul food joint serves bayou classics culled from the owner’s native Mississippi. The f   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Ethan Smith


Food Reviews & Stories
Run by Jeanne Subotnick, former owner of the now-defunct Pearl District diner Shakers, and her son, Matthew, this latest outpost of the reinvented waffles trend is raising the bar. With rotating specials and a handful of creative batters, Wicked is frankly beating nearby waffle shack Flavour Spot, w   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Ethan Smith


Food Reviews & Stories
With vegan and gluten-free dishes, this new Korean cart has a built-in, dietary-restricted clientele who’ll pedal their rehabbed Peugeots over for a taste. But even by carnivorous standards, the grub is pretty good. From this hot pink, graffitied trailer, chef Timber Adamson serves a pared-dow   More
 
Tuesday, November 30, 1999 Ethan Smith
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