Street Eats

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.

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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

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La Vega Farmers’ Market

A popular dish called humitas can be found here. Similar to tamales, humitas are made of fresh corn with basil and milk, then rolled in corn leaf and steamed.

Davila Baeza 700, Recoleta
Santiago, Chile

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Masaya Square

Nighttime vendors in Masaya Square, just south of Managua, offer a buffet of different fried foods.

17 miles south of Managua in Masaya, Nicaragua

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Mercado Central

At this market, several seafood vendors and food stalls offer fresh seafood from just off the coast of Chile.

San Pablo 967
Santiago, Chile


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