When Pachamama says that they’re entirely plant-based, it means that they are entirely plant-based. You won’t find any processed, fake meats on the menu here. Instead, you’ll find totally vegan takes on Mexican favorites like Burritos stuffed with tasty walnut chorizo and Hibiscus Asada Tacos drizzled with avocado crema. After seeking out quality vegan food in the city, and ultimately being dissatisfied with what was available at the time, co-owners Maria and Kevin Lebron sought out to create something new. And in 2018, Pachamama was born. The vegan spot began as a farmers market pop-up and today you can get your fill of plant-based noshes at their brick-and-mortar or out and about at fests, markets, and happenings across the Valley.
The gist: Plant-based food that will leave you craving more? Say less. A farmers market favorite, husband and wife duo Maria and Kevin’s Pachamama has expanded to brick-and-mortar digs.
The food: The 100% plant-based menu features tacos de papa, crispy tacos filled with a chile garlic mash, the mexiyaki, a tribute to the savory okonomiyaki with a latin twist, and the ever-popular ceviche de mi corazon comprised of hearts of palm and fragrant citrus.