Along either side there are food booths. There are gourmet popcorn and donut stands, taco and pizza stands. Most of the food booths, however, specialize in the cuisines of different South American countries.
I got a chuckle from the name of this Argentinian booth. It is a play on the title of the old Mexican song "Bésame Mucho". It's called "Asame Mucho"... "Grill me a lot".
I thought at first that you go from booth to booth and order what you want. But, no, you take a seat, and a waiter brings you a menu listing the fare from all the different stands.
From the Colombian booth I ordered something called "aborrajados". They are croquets made of fried plantains filled with cheese. They are served with spicy fruit dipping sauces.
They were pretty good.
The disappointment surprisingly came with the Mexican chorizo taco I ordered. It obviously was not meant to be rolled up and eaten with your hands. On top of it were soggy French fries.
I might stop by this place again, but I definitely won't order any tacos!