Right off the 7 train stop at 103rd Street, there's a densely packed cluster of stands selling tamales, chuzos, esquites, and more. The outdoor market wraps around the edge of Corona Plaza, and you can circumnavigate the whole thing in about two minutes. On the south side, you'll find birria, pozole, and a few vendors assembling tacos on freshly made tortillas. Head north, and you can grab some Ecuadorian specialities like tripa mishqui. If you don't know where to start, swing by Quesadillas Lola in the southwest corner and try one of the namesake items stuffed with chorizo and potatoes.