Amplify Black Neighbors: Support Week 2

This post is part of Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association‘s Amplify Black Neighbors post series happening throughout June 2020. For more information, click here.

Week 2: Cartlandia‘s three Black-owned Food Carts – Catfish Lane, Manna, and Nacheaux

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Catfish Lane

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Description from Cartlandia:

Doris and Johnnie brought their new cart – CATFISH LANE – to Cartlandia in Fall 2018, dedicated to making their dream come true of cooking food from scratch they they enjoyed eating from New Orleans…Southern style food and making Louisiana Gumbo on Saturday Stay tuned for other specials too such as shrimp and grits.

Located on the side of Cartlandia lot on the Springwater Corridor side.

Hours: Open Daily except Monday and Tuesday from 12 noon – 8pm

Phone: 971-864-7818

Takes cash and credit


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Justin and Carolyn brought their trailer all the way from Florida to Portland to open their dream business..Manna International Street Food . Manna International Street provides Ugandan Fusion Street They say “Food made with the best ingredients and love! We make our foods from scratch using healthy, organic, and non-gmo ingredients.”

Phone: 407-3125841

Open: Tuesday – Saturday 2pm to 8pm

Accepts cash and all major credit cards

We offer online ordering at

Twitter: @manna_isf

Instagram: @mannaisf



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Description from Cartlandia:

Anthony Brown just brought his bright blue cart and big smile to Cartlandia in midMarch 2020. His food is unique, but is best described as Southern and Mexican inspired fusion of just plain ol” deliciousness . He has been featured on the KGW news recently .

And will be serving Brunch each Sunday from 9 am – 4 pm (See separate menu below)

Phone: 971-319-1134

Open: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday: 12:00pm-7:00pm

Tuesday: CLOSED

Friday/Saturday: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Sunday (Brunch Menu Only): 9:00am-4pm (see separate menu)

Takes cash and square

Home Delivery with Door Dash

He says “I started a food truck out of a passion to see people smile with the food I created and bring them amazing flavorful food that would rock the tastebuds of anyone.My food is me on a plate, does not fit into any category. It is eclectic and just full of flavor.”