La Cabaña Salvadoreña
Come for the pupusas, stay for the platos tipícos. The pupusa de pollo is their number one pupusa, but you can score big time and get their combo platter that includes that and their Salvadoran-style carne asada (made with house rub and chimol, a spicy tomato salsa) and sweet corn or chicken and olive tamal - just to make sure you’re not missing out. This place is just south of the Cloisters, so you could snag a pupusa to-go while you check out the sites. But you’ll probably be too distracted by the fluffy corn delight you have in your hands to notice much else.