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Nacheaux Opens Its NE Fremont Restaurant Today

Plus, a car ran into a Montavilla McDonald’s this week, and more news to start your day

Nacheaux food cart sandwich
A sandwich from Nacheaux
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Nacheaux Opens Its First Restaurant Today

Almost a year ago, Anthony and Stephanie Brown opened a teal food cart in Southeast Portland. Nacheaux served tacos filled with cornmeal-fried catfish, quesadillas stuffed with fried chicken, and mac-and-cheese topped with crispy carnitas. The cart became a hit quickly, and today, the couple will open its restaurant on NE Fremont. The Browns will share a space with Blind Ox, a taproom and liquid nitrogen ice cream parlor, serving its assortment of Cajun-meets-Mexican fare for takeout. The restaurant will open at 4765 NE Fremont Street, from noon to 8 p.m. or sold out. Read more about the Nacheaux opening here. [EaterWire]

A Car Rammed Into a Montavilla McDonald’s This Week

At 2:55 a.m. Tuesday, a 2003 Infiniti drove straight into the side of the SE 82nd and Stark McDonald’s. The driver and two passengers of the car proceeded to run away, abandoning a loaded handgun, according to police. [O]

A Vegan Southwestern Restaurant Is Coming to North Mississippi

SxNW, also known as South by Northwest, will take over the space once home to No Bones Beach Club. SwNW will be a collaboration between Keaton Tucker, the owner of Seattle’s Cycle Dogs, and Doh Driver of Wayward Vegan Cafe; once it opens, it will serve things like vegan fried chicken sandwiches, Texas chili, and meat-free burgers. No Bones, a Seattle-based restaurant, is owned by Seattle’s MacKenzie DeVito; DeVito reached out to Tucker, about taking over the North Portland restaurant space after it permanently closed in 2020. Follow the opening via Instagram. [VegNews]

In Other News....

The CEO of New Seasons is on his way out. [PBJ]
The restaurant group behind gastropub chainlet Thirsty Lion and virtual food hall Central Kitchen is moving its headquarters to Scottsdale, Arizona. [PBJ]
Portland-based cracker company Cracker King nabbed a Good Food Award, securing funding for a major expansion. [PBJ]

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