Vista’s new vegan restaurant caters to non-vegans, too!

Veronica and Mario Cabrera thought they would try a vegan diet for a few weeks as Mario recovered from a health scare.

That was seven years ago and many recipes ago.  In the meantime, the couple discovered friends and family loved their food creations which has now evolved into Sabor a Vida Café and Deli, 735 Shadowridge Drive in Vista!

The establishment has quickly gained a following for not only its fresh handcrafted food, but also for its wide variety of coffee drinks.  And even non-vegans will love the authenticity of the sandwiches, burritos, bowls, paninis, avocado toast, smoothies and more.

Check out the video to learn more!

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Rich with Vista’s heritage including Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, Rancho Guajome Adobe and Vista Skate Park


Easy Hwy. 78 access to commercial district of shops and restaurants including the famous Vista Farmer’s Market


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Home to many of Vista’s famous craft beverage spots including beer, wine, kombucha, hard seltzer along with many onsite restaurants