where are the churros in queens????
Street vendors all up and down Roosevelt Ave. sell them, from about 74th St. to about 110th St.; but I have yet to find any that come up to the level of the Doughnut Plant ones. They are probably all from a single wholesaler, like the doughnut carts you see on the sidewalk downtown; and of a similar quality.
Try an Argentinian bakery like El Molino on Broadway, 1/2 a block from queens blvd (not far from Queens Ctr Mall), or Rio De La Plata in Corona (think its Corona ave a block from junction.) La Uruguaya in Jackson Hts should have them. There are other places (including Jackson Hts), but those are the ones I know off-hand.
Subject: where are the churros in queens????
From: email@example.com (wayne)
Posted: April 12, 2000 at 21:49:59
I haven't been lucky enough to be near Dean & Deluca or the Donut Plant in Manhattan in the mornings to get churros, so I'm wondering if anyone can point me to a place in Queens that sells these long, grooved, hot-dog shaped donut treats???