Though most of the store is about spices (and it’s a spice store worth exploring), it’s not a cool fall or winter day without stopping in for a few sips of the signature cinnamon-orange tea -- sweet, warm, and intriguingly spiced.
Nachos can often be ranked by the number of different kinds of cheese involved, so these ones score a four: a strong showing. The giant pile of holy mess also comes with all the usual fixin’s: guacamole, refried beans, crema, jalapeños, and pico de gallo. And yes, you can add your choice of meat (or, as the case could be, non-meat Soyrizo).
Something about pistachio’s buttery style of nuttiness makes it the perfect flavor of gelato, and this Market shop nails the classic: salty, earthy, creamy, and beautifully light green.
Grab a pisco sour and one of these juicy Bolivian-style empanadas and get yourself to the Copacabana’s sun-drenched deck. A gem that’s been hiding in plain sight for 50 years, this Bolivian restaurant is a Market treasure that shouldn’t be overlooked.