Mississippi Marketplace Food Carts

Click here for an amazing video of our history

  • Ten Food Carts -each one  Listed here
  • 4233 N. Mississippi, Corner of N. Mississippi and Skidmore, PDX - 2 blocks off  I-5 at exit 303. 
  • Open 7 days a week. Carts keep their own hours so check individually  with them. 
  • Covered seating, ATM, Restrooms, bike parking 
  • Adjacent to Prost! German bier pub. Cart food can be taken into Prost! with beverage purchase
  • The Three Newest Carts are  Amigos - Mexican food - Teppanyaki-Hut - Ramen and sushi and DirtyTaeToe - build your own potato plus sandwiches and wraps. click on their names for more info on each new cart 
  • FIRST food cart pod designed & built specifically for carts permitted by City - 2009
  • Our history and photos of our amazing transformation from vacant lot and boarded-up building to vibrant community. Just click her
  • ORDER  by calling in to carts or using Delivery Dudes Northeast for home delivery. phone 971-225-3833 
  • National Geographic  visits Mississippi Marketplace click here  
  • Willamette Week Reviews the SUSHI BURRITO  from Teppanyaki Hut February 2017 here
  • Upload this web site to  home screen on your phone - then use it as an app to order food directly from the carts. 
  • Two carts in top ten Portland Mercury 2014 by popular vote -  Koi Fusion and Native Bowl
  • Article and photos (June 2015) from the Oregonian read here
  • Eat St. video of Mississippi Marketplace click here

•  NEW! CALL CARTS TO ORDER FOOD! Upload the Mississippi Marketplace web site to your smart phone's home screen &  it will  function as an app. Here's how - go to www.missmarketplace.comfollow the directions for your phone to upload to home screen. It will then be an app. Click on MENU then drop down a link to CARTS. Each cart has a page with menu and LIVE phone number. Use it to order food.  Each cart has their own method of payment, and you may be able to pay right away also.  Here is how the web page looks for I Phone.  Just click on the box with the upward pointing arrow to get it to be on your home screen and function like an app.