Any establishment with "churro" in the name is an automatic winner in my book. This tiny bakery on the lower end of Buford Highway will fry churros (long, deep-fried Mexican doughnuts) to order if you ask nicely. The sugar-and-cinnamon-covered treats come in two styles: filled with cajeta (a thick caramel-like spread) or traditional. Each crunchy churro is best warm, but will keep for a few hours. Another must-try is the sweet or savory half-moon arepas from Colombia. Each thick arepa is slightly sweet, dense and studded with corn; the cheese version is the best.