Filling your taco hole

In Spanish, la cosecha means harvest. In Sacramento, La Cosecha means the wooden-slat-walled, exposed ductwork Mexican food eatery in Cesar Chavez Park with a massive outdoor-dining space (917 9th Street). On a recent lunchtime visit, the server said that the Tacos de Papa ($11) were the only vegan option on the menu (the Enchiladas de Calabacitas (squash enchiladas; $12) are also listed as vegan, but are on the dinner menu). Other than the titular potatoes promised inside the corn tortillas, are sauteed poblano, Manic Panic Hot Hot Pink-hued pickled onions, disks of radish and a mountain of salsa. The trio of tacos come with cojita, so diners need to specify to make theirs vegan when ordering. The tacos are solid, but don’t sparkle; it feels like an element is missing flavorwise, which was likely fulfilled for omnivore tongues with the cheese. They’ll fill your taco void, but with Nixtaco in Roseville excelling with its variety and quality of vegan tacos, they don’t really compare.