Here are more Oregon food cart pods! We have a whole blog post dedicated to PORTLAND food cart pods, since, well, there are so many and so very delicious foods carts in Portland. But did you know there are several Oregon food carts and food cart pods elsewhere in the Beaver state? Here’s a list, compiled by innkeepers with insider tips on must-visit food carts in Oregon.
Bite of Newberg Food Cart Pod
910 E 1st St, Newberg (corner of S. Center & E 1st)
This downtown Newberg food cart pod has a little bit of everything and a very big draw. Innkeepers rave about Hunny Beez, American Filipino Fusion and the Bee Hive Fries – fresh cut fries topped with smoked pulled pork, cheese, a pinch of Mango slaw and green onion that’s then topped with sweet chili mayo, siracha ketchup and Hunny Beez Sauce. The G&W Caribbean Smoked BBQ is also very popular for its great meats and a spicy slaw. Peruse your choices now, choose later! Stay nearby at Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast, Franziska Hause Bed and Breakfast, The Setting Inn – Willamette Valley, The Willows Bed & Breakfast, and Willamette Valley Bed & Breakfast.
Menus for Bite of Newberg food trucks:
The Annex Food Cart Pod
191 Monmouth Ave. N in Monmouth
This food cart pod does not currently have a website but you can read an article about it here. The newest food truck (there are two) is called The Loaded Grill and has a Facebook page. It’s a barbecue and deli-style eatery located next to the other food cart, The Donut Bar. The owners, a husband-and-wife team, opened The Loaded Grill alongside The Donut Bar as a way to support Limitless Ministries, the church that helped the couple obtain the parking lot in the first place. Stay nearby at MaMere’s Guest House. While at MaMere’s, also visit the independent food truck that’s half a block away by the Dry Town Tap House. Get delicious food and great drinks, while you listen to live music most summer weekends.
Mayla Thai Food 2 Go Food Cart
158 E Main St in Carlton
This stand alone Thai food cart is in the small town of Carlton. It’s next to the American Legion Hall and directly across from City Hall. Here’s a recent menu. When you go, make sure to try the mango sticky rice… you’ll be talking about it for days! Stay nearby at: R.R. Thompson House, The Carlton Inn Bed and Breakfast, and Yamhill Vineyards Bed and Breakfast.
Eugene Food Cart Pods
Eugene has many food cart pods! Head to the Beergarden (777 West 6th Avenue in Eugene) to enjoy several food trucks among more than three dozen rotating beer taps and hundreds of bottles of craft beer. The food trucks include: Bounty Meat & Cheese, with a focus on artisan cheese and charcuterie; Once Famous Grill, southern comfort foods; Moi Poki, DIY poke’ bar where you design your own bowl with protein, sides, and toppings; Lani Moku Grill, featuring authentic Hawaiian kine grinds; Coffeegarden, the gourmet coffee cart within Beergarden; Coco Loco, offers Mexican staples, some with an Asian zing; and Arekie Fusion, where Indian food meets Latin cuisine.
For more Eugene food cart pods check out this Guide to Eugene Food Truck Pods put together by Eugene Cascades & Coast. Also, use this link to keep track of the different food trucks in Eugene.
Tillamook Food Carts
Among the most popular food carts in Tillamook are: The Crescent Station (2 Main Ave in Tillamook), with made to order sandwiches, polish dogs, and barbecue — see the menu; Recess Food Truck (1910 Main Avenue North in Tillamook), flame-grilled burgers and chicken with fresh local ingredients; Tacos La Providencia (540 N Main Ave in Tillamook), popular food truck with adjacent picnic tables offers tacos, burritos & other Mexican staples — see a recent menu.
Flavors on First Food Cart Pod
1812 1st St in Tillamook
Flavors on First is a popular food cart pod. It includes Nani Papa’a, a Hawaiian Food Truck; Sab food truck, a Thai food with vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free friendly options; The Brat Bothers German Grill — see a recent menu; and Smokin’ Steve’s, country BBQ.
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