“Hailed for the best vegan burgers in Portland, the couple behind the food cart, Diane and Stan Mahan, create their gluten free patties from beans, vegetables, and grains, and adorn them with homemade toppings.” – Thrive Magazine’s Best of Vegan Issue – Article: “Vegan Food Cart Love.”

“If you’re looking for more than one or two veggie burger options, the Earth Burger food cart serves up several varieties, all vegan. A go-to is the Electric Sitar burger, a potato and vegetable patty drizzled with cilantro chutney, as well as with caramelized onions, greens, and masala sauce. But others, like American Graffiti, a black bean and sweet potato burger with greens, onion, ketchup, and mustard, will vie for attention. ” – Michelle DeVona for Eater

“Best veggie burgers in Portland! Love #Earthburgerspdx!!”
Julie Hasson / vegan & gluten-free chef, cookbook author, VegNews columnist, and founder of “Julie’s Original” Cake Mix

Top 5 in Mobile Cuisine’s Best Vegan Food Carts of 2015:
1. Seed on the Go, Santa Rosa, CA
2. The Farm Concessions – Keene, NH
3. The Cinnamon Snail – NYC, Red Bank, NJ
4.  V-Grits –  Louisville, KY
5.  Earth Burgers – Portland, OR

“One of the most unique places I ate at was Earth Burgers … [The Casbah] was so flavorful and the gluten-free bun was incredible! I also loved their handcut fries!”
The Best Vegan and Gluten Free Restaurants in PortlandKarissa Bowers / Vegan A La Mode

“[I]t’s one of my favorite places to grab a burger and fries in PDX.”
Kittee Berns / vegan & gluten-free blogger and author of VegNews’ Cookbook of the Year for 2015, Teff Love

“The PDmeX started off with great flavors in the burger and bun with the spice from the jalapenos coming in around the halfway mark. Whew, it spiced it up in a good way. What I loved about the handmade patty was it didn’t mush up and fall apart like some veggie burgers. The bun and burger stayed together till the last bite.”
Brett Burmeister / Food Carts Portland

“The burger is wonderful and quite sizable; I actually had to break the burger down, dividing and conquering from top to bottom. It’s a very well-made black bean and sweet potato patty. The tomatillo-avocado salsa and pickled jalapenos really brought everything together for me.”
Aaron Wakamatsu / Aaron’s Food Adventures