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Boke's Guest Donuts; K&Z's Wholesale; Kale To-Go

CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL—Today in meta: a pop-up inside a former pop-up. Kinda. Donut-O-Rama, the downtown pop-up food cart that vacated its temporary cart earlier this year, will team with the formerly pop-up folks at Boke Bowl while owner Greg Slauson seeks a new storefront. Starting this week, the "Boke Bowl Brulée Beignet" will be available on the restaurant's regular menu, and according to Donut-O-Rama's Facebook page, the donut might find its way onto other restaurant menus, as well. Slauson writes: "We will be offering you our creme Brulee Beignet through some of Portland's best restaurants and food carts in the near future." [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN—Japanese curry house Kale is now offering its kale rice and Doria as frozen, take-home meals available to-go: Chef Makoto Yoshino will package his "Kale @Home" line in frozen portions for two and four people. [EaterWire]

EVERYWHERE—Deli master Ken Gordon announced today Kenny & Zuke's products, including its New York-style bagels, will be available wholesale at local Whole Foods locations, starting May 11. Also, per Gordon: "Wholesale Pastrami still in the works — At this point we're hoping for a mid-Summer rollout." [EaterWire]

Boke Bowl

1200 Northwest 18th Avenue, , OR 97209 (503) 719-5698 Visit Website

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