Sometimes finding new opportunity requires long-distance travel: just look at the Puritans, who crossed the ocean to colonize America, or Rudy Fernandez, who did the same just to complain about being in America while crying like a woman. Crossing the whole damn nation Rudy Fernandez hates to fill Portlanders with cheese: Herb's Mac & Cheese. From a guy who owned a burrito joint and a shaved ice stand in Florida before Hurricane Charlie ruined everyone's good time, Herb's is a bullet-like mac 'n cheese cart in the D-Street Noshery pod towed 3000 miles from its Sunshine State home after a few visits proved Portland was a "culture of yes", meaning apparently he'd seen all good people. Things begin with two basic flat-noodle styles with sauces built from a bechamel base, which's augmented with a balance of (local when possible) cheeses that change daily depending on tasting whims, but always involve a cheddar/parm number and a gluten-free option, so yeah, that cheddar/parm number sounds great, huh? Once that's all set, Herb's macs're completely customizable with additional "mix-ins" like meats (crazy-tender brined chicken breast, curly bacon strips, pepperoni), veggies (spinach, sun-dried toms, jalapenos), and additional cheesiness including feta, asiago, Swiss, and blue, who is finally available for consumption after dying during that K-Y wrestling match. Herb's is looking forward to offering a daily featured mac premixed so you don't have to make any choices, and's toying with the possibility of applying his cheese skills to bread, though he shouldn't give any to Rudy, as he apparently just totally hates our American dough.