An easy walk from City Hall and the Beaverton Central MAX Stop, BG Food Cartel sprang up in the Round after restrictive limits on suburban food carts were lifted—finally—four years ago. It's grown into a small village of 31 diverse, premium food carts featuring artificially turfed green spaces, a bar with 11 taps, and a patio capable of withstanding cold and rain. Find relocated favorites like the Frying Scotsman and Smaaken Waffles, and new go-tos such as Mister Elote. $.
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