Where to find tasty vegan tacos in Portland
While food companies have been forced to adapt to the pandemic over the past year or so, Portland’s taco spots have managed to hang on – in part due to the resilience of the food industry. catering, in part because tacos are well suited for outdoor dining and take out. Vegans and vegetarians have no shortage of options, as many taco shops carry at least one meatless or vegan item. As well as covering Mexican eateries and food carts serving intricate guisados and juicy nopales with spicy salsas on hand-pressed tortillas, this card also explores other meatless interpretations: seitan asada, fried tofu. chicharrón, beer-battered banana blossom “fish”, and even panko-breaded pea protein “shrimps”.
The points in this cartographic guide are not classified; rather, they are organized geographically.
A number of Portland restaurants have taken over the outdoor dining service. The level of service offered is indicated on each point on the map. However, this should not be considered an approval for on-site meals, as there are always safety concerns: for up-to-date information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the Oregon Health Authority COVID Update Page. Studies indicate that there is a lower risk of exposure outdoors, but the level of risk associated with outdoor dining depends on whether restaurants adhere to strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.
To note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.