November 30th, 1999 12:00 am NATALIE BAKER | Food Reviews & Stories


One of the members of the MarchFourth Marching Band opened this Venezuelan cart in the fall of 2009 on an empty corner lot at Northeast 23rd Avenue and Alberta Street, soon attracting additional waffle, juice and tapas carts to fill out the pod. If you can’t make up your mind, check out the “revolutionaries plate,” consisting of arepas (fried corn cakes with various fillings), beans, rice, cabbage, fried plantains and cotija cheese. And for those of you with stricter preferences, the meat is organic and some of the dishes can be made vegan. 

BEST BITE: Chicken green-chile arepa, $5.

CHEAPEST BITE: Fried plantains, $3.

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