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New Vancouver, Clark County restaurants appearing on menu

A dozen eateries have opened during pandemic

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: March 18, 2021, 6:03am
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Cashier Amber Ounaphom of WanSook Thai Food, left, hands an order to customer Cearah Hiatt of Vancouver. New restaurants like WanSook are able to start from scratch and build a business model up, they said, and having a food cart makes fewer worries than brick-and-mortar indoor spots.&quot;It&#039;s easier, smaller and has less overhead,&quot; co-owner David Hardin said.
Cashier Amber Ounaphom of WanSook Thai Food, left, hands an order to customer Cearah Hiatt of Vancouver. New restaurants like WanSook are able to start from scratch and build a business model up, they said, and having a food cart makes fewer worries than brick-and-mortar indoor spots."It's easier, smaller and has less overhead," co-owner David Hardin said. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

When David and Wanna Hardin went looking for a spot for their new food cart, WanSook Thai Food, it wasn’t too difficult to find one.

Doomsday Brewing’s outdoor space had an open spot for the Hardins, because another food cart there had closed. So the couple subleased the space and moved in their brand-new cart at 1919 Main St.

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