Willamette Week's Sixth Annual Eat Mobile
Sample some of Portland's best food carts and learn the science behind the food on Whole Food's Culinary Science Stage.
With more than 400 mobile eateries selling their tasty goods within our
city limits, Portland has become an international destination for mobile
eats. U.S. News Travel recently declared Portland to have the "world's
best street food."
On April 27, Eat Mobile, the part food festival, part cart competition, will allow attendees to sample from nearly 50 of Willamette Week's favorite food carts as vendors compete for the coveted Carty Award.
Eat Mobile showcases the food and people that make Portland's
food cart scene so special. This year, Willamette Week is proud to announce our second year
partnership with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) that
will expand Eat Mobile to include food demonstrations and provide
attendees with a more hands-on food experience with the Whole Foods Eat Mobile Culinary Science Stage.
General-admission tickets are $20. We will offer a limited number of pre-tasting tickets at $50, which will allow attendees to sample for an hour and a half before the general-admission event and enjoy complimentary beverages.
Car2go will be on hand offering free membership to all Eat Mobile attendees! Already a member? Take a spin on the car2go Prize Wheel and win minutes on your next drive! And if you're planning on taking car2go to Eat Mobile, look for special car2go dedicated drop zones where you can end your rental without having to hunt for parking!
Promotions Willamette Week’s third annual Eat Mobile food cart festival finally arrived Saturday afternoon, and it was huge. How huge? We squeezed 30 carts under two and a half blocks of the Morrison bridge and packed in some 1,900 hungry Portlanders (check out the line!), who between them drank 150 gallons of Pabst Blue Ribbon and ate every last bite of food. (Check out the big Eat Mobile photo slideshow by Roger Bong, too.) ... MoreFeb 3, 2011 09:13 am by Promotions