Time Out says
Manhattan’s only Bolivian restaurant (housed in, of all places, a subway food court at Columbus Circle) grew out of Smorgasburg, where brothers Alex, Patrick and David Oropeza served their family’s recipes. With no seats at this stand, you’re best off opting for portable sandwiches and pasties. Grab a chicken salteña ($6), a flaky pastry filled with a stewy meat center that’s traditionally eaten as breakfast but is appropriate for any time, or the triple-pork-threat chola ($11), a street sandwich that combines braised pork shoulder, pork belly crackling and house-cured bacon.
Columbus Circle subway station
|Cross street:||57th St and Eighth Ave|
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