If you’re near the PSU campus and looking for a bite to eat, the food carts on 4th Avenue, between Hall St. and College St. offer variety and taste that is hard to beat. With cuisines ranging from Thai, to Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese, Mexican, and more, the food carts are a popular choice for both PSU students, as well as office workers at nearby businesses. Meals typically cost just a few dollars, and you get to enjoy delicious, local food from around the world, right on your own campus. For more information on the 4th Avenue food carts, and many other food carts located around Portland, see the Food Carts Portland blog.
And while you’re eating at the food carts, why not pick up a reusable take-out container, courtesy of Go Box. Go Box is a local business that offers food cart customers a way to cut down on their food packaging waste, while still enjoying great food cart meals. For information on Go Box’s subscription service and a list of which food carts use their containers, check out their website here.
Josh is a full-time student in the Master of International Management program. After graduating from the University of Oregon with a degree in Japanese, he taught English in Tokyo for 3 years, before moving to China and teaching at a university in the city of Zhengzhou. Inspired by his experiences in Japan and China, he was drawn to the MIM program because of its regional focus on Asia, as well as for Portland State University’s reputation as a leader in the field of sustainable business. He is studying Chinese in the MIM program, but tries to keep up his Japanese whenever he can.