Yeah.... too expensive. $9 a drink? No thanks.
Just went. Everything in this article is true. Thanks for the heads up!
Thanks, Andrea, I was wondering the same thing about the "For Rent" sign. This dude makes a decent pie, but yet another food cart owner who could do wonders for his business with a little social media communication and time consistency.
@samantha: just checked in with the cart. He's not doing the late night hours any more (although they're still posted on his fb page). It's for rent because he says he's planning on moving to the spots at 9th and Washington as of Sept. 1! Hope that helps!
Saw this article at 9:30 tonight. Open 11pm to 4am. Best pizza? Yes please.
Got there, and found... For Rent sign. In 3 separate places on the cart.
Luckily, the Egyptian food next door was open, and makes the very best falafel I think I've had forever.
THICK has excellent sausage. It was amazing. I can't help but feel this will be one of those "here today, gone tomorrow" type of food carts though. :-(
I was on a similar quest last year and did eventually find Thick. However, I think the best deep dish in town is at Good Neighbor. http://goodneighborpizzeria.com/ Hot, deep, and cheesy, exactly how I like my women.
can i get some of that thin crust NYC style pie there?
Didn't you guys already do this? http://blogtown.portlandmercury.com/BlogtownPDX/archives/2014/05/23/from-russia-and-beyond-with-love
For what it's worth, "DaNet" does literally translate to "YesNo." However, when said together in Russian, they are an expression meaning "Of course not."
Also, David, your rendering "Nyet" is closer to how the Russian is pronounced than "Net." It's just a different choice in transliteration.
Очень рада, что наконец-то можно поесть чего-то вкусного и русского! Спасибо всем кухонным талантам!
And all this time, I thought no in rooski was "Nyet". Learn something new everyday!! Thanks, Mercury Minions!
Freehouse carries the OP dog as well. So good, DAWG!
Ottos and Sheridan..... straight up
As much as I love all the places on this list. Sheridan's and fried onion I'm in love in industrial S.E. are the best dogs in Portland. You just have to get there early.
Sheridan's and fried onion I'm in love in industrial S.E. best dogs in Portland.
My name is Lisa and I am a hotdog-aholic. Michael's is my fave. http://michaelsitalianbeef.com/
Nick's Coney is a strange one to throw in there. It's all about the toppings, not so much the dog. The chili and what I have to imagine is Whiz make or break the damn thing, and you almost don't notice the hot dog or bun.
I also think they might have poisoned me last time I ate there, but that's of no concern for our conversation here today.
Who says Chicago dogs have cucumber on them? They definitely don't.
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