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Taking its name from Portland's airport code and the island of Guam's area code, PDX671 is a food cart that fuses seasonal ingredients of the Pacific Northwest with flavors and cooking techniques of Guam. 


PDX671 Pop Up for Archbishop Howard School (Auction Event)
Jun
5
6:00 pm18:00

PDX671 Pop Up for Archbishop Howard School (Auction Event)

  • Crisp

PDX671 will be hosting a Pop-Up dinner at CRISP in North Portland, for the winning auction bidders from last February's Archbishop Howard School at St. Rose Annual Auction.
*This is a private event.

This pop-up will feature an enjoyable selection of Guamanian comfort dishes. The 4-course experience will explore the unique yet familiar flavors of Guam, where guests will take part in a voyage through time and savor the warmth of the island.

 

Tune In! Watch the rebroadcast of PDX671 on Triple D!!
Sep
12
3:30 pm15:30

Tune In! Watch the rebroadcast of PDX671 on Triple D!!

Catch PDX671's Ed Sablan in this episode of The Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" with Guy Fieri.

Tune In to Food Network:

  • Friday, September 4, 2015 at 10:30|9:30c
  • Saturday, September 5, 2015 at 1:30a|12:30c
  • Monday, September 7, 2015 at 9:30|8:30c
  • Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 12:30a|11:30c
  • Saturday, September 12 at 3:30|2:30c
  • Saturday, September 12 at 7:30|6:30c


Check your local TV listings, or read more at:

Food Network: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives "Cannoli, Fritters and Wings"

2015 XOXO Festival & PDX671
Sep
10
Sep 13

2015 XOXO Festival & PDX671

  • Revolution Hall

PDX671 will be a participating at the 2015 XOXO Festival, which will be held September 10 through September 13 at Revolution Hall. This will be our fourth consecutive year of participation in this festival, which celebrates independently produced art and technology.

 

During the XOXO Festival, PDX671 will have an adjusted schedule:



PDX671 : Popping Up with Guam Food at Expatriate
Sep
1
6:00 pm18:00

PDX671 : Popping Up with Guam Food at Expatriate

  • Expatriate

We're doing it again… Join us on Tuesday, September 1st for a pop up dinner at Expatriate!

PDX671 chef Ed Sablan is commandeering Expatriate for one night only to cook a Guam-inspired dinner. The meal features multiple courses honoring the Pacific island’s unique blend of ethnic influences and tropical ingredients, from adobo-braised pork belly to papaya sorbet.
— Katie Vaughan, from Portland Monthly's "The Eat Beat Weekly Planner: Food Events for Every Kind of Eater"

This pop up will feature an enjoyable selection of dishes from - and inspired by - Guam and the Mariana Islands, thoughtfully put together by Ed Sablan of PDX671. The 6-course experience will explore the unique yet familiar flavors of Guam. Prepare for a voyage and enjoy the warmth of the island.

For more information and ticket sales, visit PDX671 : Popping Up with Guam Food at Expatriate

We're going to GUAM!
Jun
28
Aug 3

We're going to GUAM!

PDX671 will be closed while we take a long-awaited trip back to our home, the island of Guam. It has been 4 years since we have been back, and the whole family is so excited!

We will miss you all during this time. But I know when we come back, we'll be even more inspired to share our culture with you again.

It is bitter-sweet, but in order for this to happen, the cart will be closed for the month of July. Our last day open will be June 27, and we will reopen August 4.

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PDX671 Pop Up for AHS
May
30
6:00 pm18:00

PDX671 Pop Up for AHS

MAY 30: SATURDAY, we will be having an adjusted lunch schedule
Open 11am - 2pm ONLY.
Call ahead to place an order in advance.

PDX671 will be hosting a Pop-Up dinner for the winning auction bidders from last February's Archbishop Howard School at St. Rose Annual Auction.
*This is a private event. PDX671 will be CLOSED to the public during this time.

This pop-up will feature an enjoyable selection of Guamanian comfort dishes. The 6-course experience will explore the unique yet familiar flavors of Guam, where guests will take part in a voyage through time and savor the warmth of the island.

 

PDX671 Turns 5 Years Old!
May
25
12:00 am00:00

PDX671 Turns 5 Years Old!

Happy birthday to us! We've been so honored to share the cuisine of our island with you through all these years. Si Yu'os Ma'ase… for all the love, support, and appreciation!!

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Apr
16
Apr 17

PDX671 will be participating at BEER MACHINES - A Deschutes Brewery Event

PDX671 will be closed at Rose City Food Park and the cart will be located at

Pure Space ----> 1315 NW Overton, Portland, OR

Check out BEER MACHINES: A Steampunk Ode To The Craft Revolution for more information!

 

Join Deschutes Brewery and Columbia Distributing on April 16, 2015 at Pure Space in Portland, Oregon, for a memorable evening with a Beer-Dispensing Art Competition, Immersive Circus Theater and an array of Live Music!

Winter Break!
Dec
23
Jan 9

Winter Break!

PDX671 will be closed for a winter break. Our final day of 2014 will be Saturday, December 20. We will resume regular business hours on Saturday, January 10, 2015.

Have a blessed holiday season and we look forward to serving you again in the new year!

Si Yu'os Ma'ase!!

Oct
19
6:30 pm18:30

PDX671 is poppin' up at Little T American Baker

  • Little T American Baker

Join us on Sunday, October 19th for an After Hours Supper Club meal at Little T American Baker!

Twenty seats are available.
*Ticket includes six courses, beer by The Commons Brewery, a memorable experience, and can be purchased at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/889437


    Email: AfterHoursPortland@gmail.com
    Twitter: @AfterHoursPDX
    Instagram: @AfterHoursPDX


This pop-up will feature an enjoyable selection of Guamanian comfort dishes, thoughtfully put together by Ed Sablan (PDX Six Seven One) and will also introduce complementing breads by Dillon DeBauche (Little T American Baker).

Ed Sablan, a native Chamorro from Guam, moved to Portland in 1993 to attend art college. Finding himself in various kitchen jobs, it soon became clear that he needed to pursue an avenue of expression through food. Sablan opened the successful food cart PDX Six Seven One in 2010 as not only a personal path for expression, but also an outlet for the preservation and presentation of Chamorro food.

Dillon DeBauche was born and raised in Wisconsin. He started working full time in kitchens at 15 and making bread at 18. DeBauche has baked bread in Austin, Sydney, Paris, and Portland. Currently the head baker at Little T American Baker, he spends as much time as possible there, trying things just to see what happens.

Sablan and DeBauche met in Portland in 2004 through a mutual employer. Since following their own paths, they will offer a taste of fruition through their cumulative efforts. In presenting a 6-course meal – highlighted with hints of citrus, peppers, and coconut – this experience will explore the unique yet familiar flavors of Guam. Prepare for a voyage through time and enjoy the warmth of the island.
— Press Release for October 19 Pop-Up