Nothing can match the thrill of seeing a performance in person, not even watching it on high-definition Blu-ray or listening to it on a high-definition parrot. Get out of your cage with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$29 for a live-show package for two (a $63 total value)
- Two tickets to any show (a $38 value)
- Two glasses of sangria (a $17 value)
- One order of plantains with black-bean dipping sauce (an $8 value)
$2,299 for a private-party package (a $3,400 value)
- Three-course dinner for up to 25 people in an original speakeasy
- Musical show with dancers
- Two pitchers of sangria
Click here to view the private-party dinner menu.
In a colorful and lively atmosphere, Peña Pachamama's servers whisk Bolivian tapas and wholesome treats to tables as musical acts, cultural dances, and globally inspired performances entertain. A multicultural kaleidoscope of artists and performers take to the stage five nights a week for raw-cooking demonstrations, Flamenco Thursdays, world-music concerts, and dance performances. Chefs transmute organic, raw, and living ingredients into vegan and vegetarian options, and handcraft traditional dishes, such as plantains yuca frita. They flatten Oregon County grass-fed beef to craft traditional Bolivian silpancho accessorized with pico de gallo, huevo frito, and a top hat made of rice. Bartenders make merry evenings merrier by pouring specialty cocktails, Bolivian and Peruvian beers, and fruit-laced sangria.
In its pervious incarnation, Peña Pachamama's space hosted Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, and the wedding dinner of Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe. Fireplaces pour warmth into upstairs rooms that treat diners to views of Coit Tower. Music cover charges are automatically added to dinner bills during performances; diners who don't wish to see the performance or who are allergic to music should ask to be seated upstairs or plan to eat before 7 p.m.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Wonderful, wonderful restaurant.”
“Intimate, romantic, fun, cultured!”
“will go back; had a great time.”