Local flavors are found at American fast food chains all around Latin America – from empanadas at McDonald's to suspiro donuts at Dunkin' Donuts.
McDonald's in Central America tailors its breakfast to the local tastes, offering favorites such as fried cheese and plantains.
Santiago, Chile, sits at the base of the towering Andes Mountains in South America.
Raw beef is just one of the specialties at the immensely popular Brazilian chain, Habib's.
Oreo cookies and pineapple may seem like an odd couple, but it's a popular dessert combo at McDonald's in Nicaragua.
Forget the American classic: apple pie. In Nicaragua, mango pie is the dessert of choice at McDonald's.
The chicken "Italiano" sandwich at McDonald's in Santiago reflects the locals’ love of avocado, tomato and mayonnaise.
Once a Spanish Fortress, Cartagena sits on the Northern Caribbean coast of Colombia.
The day's fresh catch awaits the frying pan at Kiosko el Bony, a seafood shack right on the beach in Cartagena, Colombia.
Fried chicken with a slightly spicy kick is a popular item at McDonald's in Nicaragua.
Would you believe this delicious dessert made with blue corn is offered at McDonald's McCafe in Lima, Peru?
Ceviche at the famous Don Augusto's in Santiago, Chile, is a classic favorite.
One of the world's most populous cities, Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an endless sea of high rises.
Can you spot the key ingredient on this Domino's pizza in Sao Paulo, Brazil? It's sweetened bananas!
A popular local chain in Brazil, Giraffas serves up grilled meats alongside rice, beans and farofa -- a seasoned flour mixture eaten like rice.