Yes, you can get a cholado (first photo, about $5). It would be a rare Colombian snack shop, even one as small as this, where you couldn't procure that sugary load of shaved ice drenched in syrup and condensed milk, then freighted with fruit salad.
More basic, and (reportedly) more widely sold on the streets of Bogotá, is mango biche (Bee-chay, second photo, $4). At La Dulce Bakery it's prepared from a softball-size specimen of the unripe fruit, which is skinned, then clamped in a rotary peeler. Several diligent minutes of hand-cranking yield a cupful of what resembles spaghetti squash, but only at first glance — the golden strands are firmer, tart, receptive to salt and squeezes of lime. Mango biche, as a change-up from a cholado, is refreshing in its simplicity.
La Dulce Bakery
6710 Roosevelt Ave. (67th-68th Sts.), Woodside, Queens