5th & Alder – Andrea Spella


When I ask Chris why the cart is closing, he sends me down to 5th and Alder to get the details from Andrea.

spella cart closing

My question surprises Andrea. It’s easy to forget that most food cart owners dream of permanently moving to a “brick and mortar” shop, a move that Andrea has finally made a reality.

Nostrana now features Andrea’s coffee, along with the classy Devil’s Food Catering and Market of Choice in Multnomah. Andrea is expanding Spella’s wholesale placement and adding stability to the business.

spella coffee cart closing

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