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Portland’s Vegan and Vegetarian Food Carts Open for Takeout and Delivery

A roundup of Portland’s meatless food carts, slinging everything from pizza to sushi

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Normally, the arrival of warmer and sunnier days invites Portlanders to explore our food cart scene, where vegans and vegetarians can choose from vibrant veggie bowls, messy meatless barbecue sandwiches, and other animal-free snacks. However, dining at cart pods is not currently an option, due to the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing restrictions. Down the line, Portland’s food cart pods could become some of the first spots people can sit and eat when the city begins to reopen, but for now, several food carts have quickly adapted to online ordering, takeout, and delivery. The list below includes vegan and vegetarian food carts that are currently open for customers to grab a meal to enjoy safely at home.

As the situation with COVID-19 is ever-changing, it’s always best to contact each cart directly or keep an eye on social media for current status updates. More carts are likely to reopen soon, including a new vegan fried “chicken” cart. More meatless dining can be found on Eater’s guide of vegan and vegetarian restaurants offering delivery and takeout.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Flourish

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Open from noon to 8 p.m. on Thursdays through Sundays, this vegan, gluten-free food truck at St. Johns Beer Porch is known for its vegetable-based comfort foods, like the popular beet-lentil-walnut burger and heaping quinoa mac with cashew cheese. Customers can call in or order online for pickup, or get delivery through Doordash and Postmates.

Safframen

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Safframen, one of the carts at the all-vegan Shady Pines food court in Cully, offers regular and spicy versions of “Konkotsu” corn ramen, as well as pistachio onigiri and rose lemonade. Customers can order through Postmates from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. or through the website for takeout from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays through Sundays. Specials, like vegan milk bread and chilled ramen, are announced regularly on Instagram.

Sushi Love

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Located within Shady Pines cart pod, Sushi Love continues to serve its inventive vegan sushi creations like the Mother of Dragons and Don’t Be Shellfish rolls. To order from the truck for pickup, call (503) 278-6070. The Oregon City restaurant can be reached at (503) 744-0457 and is offering delivery through Food On Demand and Postmates.

Dirty Lettuce

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Dirty Lettuce, Portland’s all-vegan Cajun and Creole spot, serves fried chicken, barbecue ribs, and even catfish made from house-made seitan. Vegans craving meat-free Southern plates accompanied by fried okra and mini cornbread muffins can order online for pickup from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Native Bowl

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This popular spot for flavorful vegan bowls, like the Mississippi which comes with a mountain of barbecue soy curls and fresh slaw drizzled with dill peppercorn ranch, now features a limited menu from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. To order directly from Native Bowl, call (503) 330-7616. Delivery is available through various services.

Ditto!, the vegan grilled cheese cart located in the parking lot of Jet Black Coffee Company, has reopened with new hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Melty grilled cheese sandwiches packed with smoky maple tempeh bacon and tangy barbecue soy curls are available for call-in and online ordering for pickup.

Wolf and Bear's

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Home to some of the best falafel in town, Wolf and Bear’s Southeast location is open for takeout and delivery from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursdays through Mondays. The all-vegetarian menu (that can easily be made vegan or gluten-free) of sabich wraps and hummus bowls is available through the cart’s website and a variety of delivery services. The Mississippi location will be reopening soon.

Dingers Deli

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This Belmont food cart continues to serve its hefty vegan sandwiches, like the impressive Vegball Sub that comes smothered in marinara sauce. Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays through Saturdays, Dinger’s Deli offers online ordering, in addition to Doordash and Postmates delivery. Specials, including grilled cheese and creamy tomato soup, are announced regularly on Facebook and Instagram.

Daily Fuel

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Open from noon to 6 p.m. Thursdays to Sundays, Daily Fuel serves healthy versions of comfort foods, such as the lentil tempeh pretzel burger and towering vegetable loaded nachos. Customers can call (971) 678-0152 for pickup inside the Hawthorne Asylum food pod, or get delivery through Postmates.

Baby Blue Pizza

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Portland’s fully vegan wood-fired pizza cart has reopened with new hours: 4 to 8 p.m. on Fridays through Sundays and on gluten-free Mondays. The full menu of vegan pies, featuring house-made toppings like seitan pepperoni and tofu ricotta, is available on the website for pickup or bike courier delivery. Weekly specials are announced on Instagram.

Veggie Bowl

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This downtown Portland food cart serves colorful bowls of fresh vegetables and pan-fried soy curls in teriyaki or pineapple sriracha sauce. Customers can order takeout through the website or order delivery through Doordash.

Best Friend

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Open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Best Friend continues to serve smoothie bowls, fresh juices, and gluten-free toasts from its cart on Division. Customers can call (971) 258-0761 to place takeout and curbside orders, or order delivery through a number of services. The Gladstone cafe is also open and can be reached at (503) 208-3441.

Gather Round

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Available for online ordering and pickup, the menu at this Beaverton food cart changes daily, but often includes cheesy pizza mac and fluffy poffertjes (mini Dutch pancakes). A soup, salad, and sandwich special — choose from the “krabby” tofu sandwich or the Italian sub — is available for $13. Specials and updated hours are announced on Instagram.

Supernova Vegan

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Best known for the Space Cowboy, a hearty tempeh sandwich slathered with barbecue sauce, jalapeno citrus slaw, and melted Chao cheese, this Sellwood food cart is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays. Customers can call (971) 212-3387 for takeout orders or order delivery through various services.

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Uncle Tsang's Kitchen

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After ditching meat in 2017, this all-vegetarian food cart in Sellwood serves a selection of Chinese comfort dishes, including the popular Mongolian “beef” and veggie potstickers. Uncle Tsang’s Kitchen currently operates as a takeout only spot where customers can order from the cart window.

Flourish

Open from noon to 8 p.m. on Thursdays through Sundays, this vegan, gluten-free food truck at St. Johns Beer Porch is known for its vegetable-based comfort foods, like the popular beet-lentil-walnut burger and heaping quinoa mac with cashew cheese. Customers can call in or order online for pickup, or get delivery through Doordash and Postmates.

Safframen

Safframen, one of the carts at the all-vegan Shady Pines food court in Cully, offers regular and spicy versions of “Konkotsu” corn ramen, as well as pistachio onigiri and rose lemonade. Customers can order through Postmates from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. or through the website for takeout from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays through Sundays. Specials, like vegan milk bread and chilled ramen, are announced regularly on Instagram.

Sushi Love

Located within Shady Pines cart pod, Sushi Love continues to serve its inventive vegan sushi creations like the Mother of Dragons and Don’t Be Shellfish rolls. To order from the truck for pickup, call (503) 278-6070. The Oregon City restaurant can be reached at (503) 744-0457 and is offering delivery through Food On Demand and Postmates.

Dirty Lettuce

Dirty Lettuce, Portland’s all-vegan Cajun and Creole spot, serves fried chicken, barbecue ribs, and even catfish made from house-made seitan. Vegans craving meat-free Southern plates accompanied by fried okra and mini cornbread muffins can order online for pickup from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Native Bowl

This popular spot for flavorful vegan bowls, like the Mississippi which comes with a mountain of barbecue soy curls and fresh slaw drizzled with dill peppercorn ranch, now features a limited menu from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. To order directly from Native Bowl, call (503) 330-7616. Delivery is available through various services.

Ditto!

Ditto!, the vegan grilled cheese cart located in the parking lot of Jet Black Coffee Company, has reopened with new hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Melty grilled cheese sandwiches packed with smoky maple tempeh bacon and tangy barbecue soy curls are available for call-in and online ordering for pickup.

Wolf and Bear's

Home to some of the best falafel in town, Wolf and Bear’s Southeast location is open for takeout and delivery from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursdays through Mondays. The all-vegetarian menu (that can easily be made vegan or gluten-free) of sabich wraps and hummus bowls is available through the cart’s website and a variety of delivery services. The Mississippi location will be reopening soon.

Dingers Deli

This Belmont food cart continues to serve its hefty vegan sandwiches, like the impressive Vegball Sub that comes smothered in marinara sauce. Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays through Saturdays, Dinger’s Deli offers online ordering, in addition to Doordash and Postmates delivery. Specials, including grilled cheese and creamy tomato soup, are announced regularly on Facebook and Instagram.

Daily Fuel

Open from noon to 6 p.m. Thursdays to Sundays, Daily Fuel serves healthy versions of comfort foods, such as the lentil tempeh pretzel burger and towering vegetable loaded nachos. Customers can call (971) 678-0152 for pickup inside the Hawthorne Asylum food pod, or get delivery through Postmates.

Baby Blue Pizza

Portland’s fully vegan wood-fired pizza cart has reopened with new hours: 4 to 8 p.m. on Fridays through Sundays and on gluten-free Mondays. The full menu of vegan pies, featuring house-made toppings like seitan pepperoni and tofu ricotta, is available on the website for pickup or bike courier delivery. Weekly specials are announced on Instagram.

Veggie Bowl

This downtown Portland food cart serves colorful bowls of fresh vegetables and pan-fried soy curls in teriyaki or pineapple sriracha sauce. Customers can order takeout through the website or order delivery through Doordash.

Best Friend

Open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Best Friend continues to serve smoothie bowls, fresh juices, and gluten-free toasts from its cart on Division. Customers can call (971) 258-0761 to place takeout and curbside orders, or order delivery through a number of services. The Gladstone cafe is also open and can be reached at (503) 208-3441.

Gather Round

Available for online ordering and pickup, the menu at this Beaverton food cart changes daily, but often includes cheesy pizza mac and fluffy poffertjes (mini Dutch pancakes). A soup, salad, and sandwich special — choose from the “krabby” tofu sandwich or the Italian sub — is available for $13. Specials and updated hours are announced on Instagram.

Supernova Vegan

Best known for the Space Cowboy, a hearty tempeh sandwich slathered with barbecue sauce, jalapeno citrus slaw, and melted Chao cheese, this Sellwood food cart is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays. Customers can call (971) 212-3387 for takeout orders or order delivery through various services.

View this post on Instagram

We’re open!!! Come get all your faves today until 8pm

A post shared by Supernova Vegan (@supernovaveganpdx) on

Uncle Tsang's Kitchen

After ditching meat in 2017, this all-vegetarian food cart in Sellwood serves a selection of Chinese comfort dishes, including the popular Mongolian “beef” and veggie potstickers. Uncle Tsang’s Kitchen currently operates as a takeout only spot where customers can order from the cart window.

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