Palm Sunday, like most Sundays, saw two vendors selling Mexican chow outside Our Lady of Guadalupe. One, with a diminutive Pueblan name, also prepared gorditas, huaraches, and quesadillas. The proprietors of the other — their first home was Mexico City — offered a rainbow of gelatinas, but their cooked-food menu was confined to a half-dozen tacos. This one ($3) boasted a chile pepper, likely a poblano, stuffed with white cheese and batter-fried; the taco was made even more filling by a scoopful of rice.
Sidewalk taco stand
In front of Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Bernard
328 West 14th St. (Eighth-Ninth Aves.), Manhattan
Sunday only, morning through midafternoon