Pena Pachamama

April 4, 5, 11, 25

May 1, 2, 9, 10 Mother's Day, 16, 23, 24,30

June 6, 7, 20, 21, 27; July 10, 11,18, 25, 26:

August 1, 8, 15, 21, 22, 29

* Friday night seating starts after 6;00 pm & show start around 7:30 pm

**Saturday/Sunday seating starts at 6:00 pm & show start around 7:00 pm

1630 Powell Street, San Franisco

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Morocco's

Mother's Day May 10 at 2:00 pm

873 Castro Street, Mt. View

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24/7 Ticket Hotline 800-838-3006 for all locations 

Parking is available next door or across the street ($15-20).  Best parking is a short walk at the Vallejo Garage, 766 Vallejo Street ($10-15)

Carolina & Carolé bring their polished, passionate, and fiery traditions of Spain to San Francisco Bay Area with an international cast of Spanish dancers and musicians.

For best seating and service allow for traffic and parking by arriving 30 minutes before show times

Shows start at approximately and most likely after 7:00 PM.

Please don't forget to tip our wonderful wait staff and artist.

Remember good things take time, patience’s is the key to everyone have a night to be remembered

 

A Landmark Location since1918.Peña Pachamama is housed one of San Francisco's most infamous speakeasies and became one of the most famous restaurants in the city. Formerly Amelio's, a famous fine dining establishment where Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe had their wedding dinner. The Kennedys were frequent guests. In the upstairs dining room Clark Gable and Carole Lombard rendezvoused

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Food Menu

Pachamama uses organic produce whenever possible, extra virgin olive, canola and raw-coconut oils only. If you have not tried  vegan foods the Peña is one the best places in the world to try this adventure, a real eye opener to the world of healthy dinning. My favorites are the V-berger & tocos.. The bar is one of cities hidden treasures, featuring, South American wines and Peruvian beer; try specialty cocktails such as the Mojitito, Caipariñja, Té con Té, and Calimocho- as well as a deceivingly fruity Sangria. -Richard Provenenzano

 

 

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