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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. 

2nd Annual PDX671 Pop-Up for Archbishop Howard School

A Pop-Up Dinner presents an opportunity for me to break away from the daily routine at the cart and get a little more creative with the food. I can experiment with possible menu items and try out new recipes. It is a time for me to have fun and let loose, yet still focus on technique and flavors I find unique to the island. The people who attend these dinners are allowed the chance to experience a little bit more than what I offer at the food cart.
— Ed Sablan

On Sunday, June 5, PDX671 (with the help of our friends Kirt & Emma Dye) hosted a pop-up dinner for 14 at Crisp. It was a donated auction item for Archbishop Howard School at St. Rose. Presenting a nice opportunity to introduce and showcase our island flavors while venturing past what is routinely served at the food cart, the dinner is also a great way to fundraise for our children's schools!

For more information about PDX671 Pop-Up Dinners, please email guahan@pdx671.com with the subject: PDX671 POP-UP