Whether you're hungry for tacos in Mexico or ceviche in Peru, the street vendors of Latin America serve the tastiest local cuisine. From freshly caught fish to exotic Amazonian fruits, it's all on the streets.Go to Episode
Boca Grande Beach
Juan Del Mar, a chef, restaurateur, surfer, telenovela star and matador, tries several dishes sold by the beach vendors here.
Outside of downtown Cartagena, Colombia
Vendors at this market are as diverse as the Brazilian culture. They offer everything from popular Brazilian quick-serve fare to dishes imported from Japan.
Avenida Doutor Gastão Vidigal
1946 - Vila Leopoldina
São Paulo, 05316-900, Brazil
Dona Pochita Anticuchos Street Cart
Nicholas and tourists showcase a street food found only after 8:00 p.m. -- anticuchos, marinated skewered beef hearts with fried yucca.
Ignacio Merino Av 2316
El Paisa Stand
Chef and television host Arianne Araiz visits a tianguis, an open-air neighborhood market, to try tacos imported from Lebanon.
Mexico City, Mexico
Quesillos, made from scratch with soft cheese, pickled onions and cream wrapped in a tortilla, can be found at this roadside stand.
Carretera a Masaya
Kiosko El Bony
Juan enjoys a shrimp cocktail with chopped red onion, ketchup and mayonnaise served with a side of coconut rice and fried plantains at this roadside stand, and is joined by owner and Colombian boxing legend, Bonifacio Avila.
Boca Grande Beach outside of downtown Cartagena, Colombia