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Eat Mobile Is Sold Out


Willamette Week's third annual Eat Mobile is SOLD OUT! Sorry, tickets will not be available at the event. If you didn't procure your tickets, but still have an appetite for some amazing food cart eats, we've got you covered. Check out our    More
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 by jsword

The Food Cart Nominations are in!


Together with Whole Foods Market, Willamette Week asked you to nominate your favorite food cart to be part of Eat Mobile.

The winner is: THE FRYING SCOTTSMAN! We had quite a few entries, with some notable contenders including RIP CITY GRILL and POTATO CHAMPION.

Willamette Week has asked the Frying Scottsman and Rip City Grill to be a part of the festival, so we're cross...   More
Friday, March 26, 2010 by jsword

Eat Mobile's Featured Food Carts

With over 350 food carts in the Portland Metro Area it's a testament to the iron stomachs behind Eat Mobile that the field was narrowed to 30 fantastic kitchens on wheels. Come to Eat Mobile for Belgian Fries, Vegan Milk Shakes, Spanish Tapas, Vietnamese bahn-mi, and everything in between.

We're gathering them all into one area for your sampl...   More
Tuesday, March 23, 2010 by jsword

The Eat Mobile Carty Award

What is the Carty Award?
It is an honor created by Willamette Week and Eat Mobile to recognize outstanding achievement in mobile nourishment. This award is quite possibly   More
Monday, March 22, 2010 by jsword

Rogue Brewery's "Mom Ale"


Don't just take Mom out to eat this Mother's Day-buy her a beer, too. Rogue Brewery is set to release Mom Ale, a wheat and barley malt Hefeweizen spiced with coriander and ginger, just in time for the most popular day to dine out in the United States. The brew, which is dedicated to Mo Neimi, founder of Mo's Restaurant and symbolic mother to the Newport Brewery, will be available on tap a...   More
Wednesday, May 6, 2009 by jsword

Metal Shakespeare Company @ Backspace

BARDCORE!: Metal Shakespeare Company isn't your stodgy English lit professor's cover band but a group of Iron Maiden worshippers who channel the classes through good old rock-'n'-roll sleaze. Backspace, 115 NW 5th Ave., 248-2900. 8 pm Saturday, May 9. Free....   More
Wednesday, May 6, 2009 by jsword

Bijou Cafe's Breakfast

A cozy cross between an American diner and a French country restaurant, the Bijou is one of Portland's favorite brunch palaces for some very good reasons. Hearty dishes like oyster hash and a French-style omelette with Cypress Grove goat cheddar fuse imaginative ingredients with rustic tastes, and the housemade sausages can't be beat. Brunchtime greatness does come with a price—the wa...   More
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 by jsword

Fill a book bag @ Title Wave

READ: Title Wave, Multnomah County Library's volunteer-run used bookstore, will sell you all the book you can cram into a bag for $10. The catch? You have to use their bag. A ramp will be available for those carrying out books by the wagonload. 216 NE Knott St., 988-5021. 10 am-4 pm Thursday-Friday, April 30-May 1....   More
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 by jsword

Fox & Hounds' Daily Special

DRINK: Down $2.25 well drinks and $2 selected beers from 4 to 8 pm every day at Fox & Hounds, the friendliest little gay bar in Portland. You might run into Radioactive Barbie. 217 NW 2nd Ave., 243-5530. 21+....   More
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 by jsword

Sun., May 3rd: Portland Makes Music

Join Willamette Week for our monthly (and free!) concert and interview series featuring Congratulations & Old Believers on Sunday, May 3rd, 9:30 pm @ Someday Lounge, 125 NW 5th Ave. 238-1030. 21+....   More
Monday, April 27, 2009 by jsword
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