The delicious baked Chilean empanadas de pino ($3.50, below) are a bit larger than their northern neighbors, and filled with mincemeat, onions, olives, and hard-boiled egg. Each one of them is a meal, and made just as well here as any that I had in Santiago.
The real reason to go is to try the Chilean style hot dog, called a completo ($3.50, below). Served larger than a standard American dog, these are slathered with avocado (a passion of the country) and topped with fresh tomatoes and mayo. The bun is toasted just right and creates a splendid opposite for the gooey soft interior. It is quite a unique meal here in New York City, but you can find it on any street in Chile. Don't leave without trying one of these beauties.
The bakery also prepares a good selection of sweet pastries which are perfect for taking home once filled with the completo. The owner is very nice and will tell you the history of everything if you express just the slightest interest.