KOi Fusion

What’s To Eat? : Korean fusion inspired rice bowls, tacos, cheesesteaks, burritos, and more.

Location: Check the schedule for more details and locations.

Bethany Village Location: 4720 NW BETHANY BLVD PORTLAND, OREGON 97229

Bridgeport Village Location: 7409 SW BRIDGEPORT RD, PORTLAND, OREGON 97224

Mississipi Location: 4237 N MISSISSIPPI AVE, PORTLAND, OR 97217

Wilsonville Location: 25725 SW GWEN DR WILSONVILLE, OR 97070

Bo Kwon Koi Fusion’s creator is the oldest child of two working Korean immigrants and has taken his inspiration for combining traditional Korean flavors with unlikely partners with creations like Kimchi Grilled Cheese sandwiches, leftover Spaghetti with Bulgogi & Kimchi. Bo eventually purchased a food truck and opened up his first location of Koi Fusion and began bringing Korean fusion to all of Portland.

Pastrami Zombie

What’s To Eat? : Handcrafted sandwiches made from fresh locally sourced ingredients.

Location: 4237 N Mississippi Ave Portland, Oregon

Pastrami Zombie is the food truck spin-off of Sammich Chicago Italian eatery, located in Ashland, Oregon.

Bing Mi

What’s To Eat? : Authentic Chinese Crepes

Location: Portland Saturday Market, 50-98 OR-99W, Portland, Oregon 97204, United States

Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm

Sunday 11:00 am – 4:30pm

Check the schedule for more details and locations.

Jian Bing (煎饼) is a simple, savory dish from the villages of Northern China. Bing Mi brings this delicious savory dish to Portland.

Nong’s Khao Man Gai

What’s To Eat? : Khao Man Gai- Poached Mary’s chickens with best quality jasmine rice simmer in chicken stock and Thai herbs, served with a sauce of fermented soybeans, ginger, garlic, Thai chilies, vinegar, house-made syrup, and soy sauce. Garnished with cucumbers and cilantro, and accompanied by a light soup. Including other chicken and rice dishes, drinks, and snacks.

Locations: Check the schedule for more details and locations.

Alder Food Cart Location: SW 10 and Alder street (Original location EST 2009)

SW 4th and College (near Portland State University)

RESTAURANT – SE Location: 609 SE Ankeny St Suite C Portland, OR 97214

RESTAURANT – SW Location: 417 SW 13th Ave Portland OR 97205

Nong, originally from Bangkok, Thailand, moved to the USA in 2003 with $70 and 2 suitcases with a dream of bringing delicious Thai food to Portland.

Trap Kitchen Portland

What’s To Eat? : Street food favorites ranging from burgers to tacos, to rice bowls, and more!

Location: 8523 SE Stark Street Portland, Oregon 97216. Check the website for various locations.

The Trap Kitchen was born 2013 in Compton, CA when Malachi “Chef Spank”, a Crip, decided to come together with his best-friend Roberto “Sous Chef News”, a Blood, to change the path their lives were taking in the streets with food.

Potato Champion

What’s To Eat? : Serving twice-fried Belgium style fries, a variety of house-made dipping sauces, the Canadian classic: Poutine.

Location: 1207 SE Hawthorne Blvd | Portland, OR, 97214

In 2008, Potato Champion opened it’s window at the corner SE 12th and Hawthorne, serving up dishes centered around everyone’s favorite savory snack: the french fry.

Little Conejo

What’s To Eat? : Tacos featuring fresh locally-sourced ingredients and more.

Location: Check the website for various locations.


Little Conejo is a taco shop located in downtown Vancouver, WA and food cart in Portland, OR. Chef and Co-owner Mark Wooten, and General Manager Melissa Joubert work together with Little Conejo’s partner Farm; Phantom Rabbit. Which is the main source for the restaurant’s produce during the spring, summer, and fall.