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Need churros "to go"... street style maybe?

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I searched the Board before posting this, and only came up with places that serve churros as part of a sit-down thing...

I need to buy some to serve and will go anywhere! (I am in Morningside Heights, so E. 116th Street would be a breeze...)

Anyone know a street vendor? Shop? Bakery? Anything?

Much appreciated!

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  1. Try calling Five Points and see if they can help: www.fivepointsrestaurant.com

    www.thelunchbelle.com

    1. If you are willing to go to the outer boroughs, Costo in Queens sells them at their take-out food section which is separate from the store.

      1. There are churros vendors at the Canal Street J/M/Z station and the 53rd St E/V, but there are also Mexican bakeries in Hell's Kitchen who should be able to help you.

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        1. re: JungMann

          I bought some good ones recently on the platform at grand central on the 4, 5, 6 line. it was in the morning so still fresh.

          1. re: JungMann

            I have never seen churro vendors in Chinatown, in what corner do they stand?

            When you say 53rd St E/V, do you mean inside the subway station? I have seen some churros sellers (although not for a while) in some subway platforms but the churros are usually dry, cold and "oldish." Even if you take them home and heat they will just become a greasy mess (I know because I have tried it.) It's best to find a vendor who has freshy fried ones.

            1. re: maria_nyc

              The vendors are inside the Canal St. train station on the J/M/Z platform. I haven't purchased the churros, only seen them.

          2. There's usually someone selling them on the L train subway platform at 14th st and 6th avenue in the late afternoon, especially on weekends.

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            1. re: racer x

              Second Racer X. Older lady out of a grocery basket. I even catch her topside around Union Square sometimes. three for a dollar I think...

            2. http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/427297

              1. There is a vendor on the east side of Broadway near 103rd or 104th St. but he is not there every day.

                1. Doughnut Plant on the LES has churros.

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                  Doughnut Plant
                  379 Grand St, New York, NY 10002

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                  1. re: shivohum

                    ...and the plain ones are terrible because they sit around all day long because everybody is buying donuts. My friend loves the cajeta ones, though.