You can get all kinds of snacks and desserts at Hay Elotes, from fruit cups and chamoy apples to, well, elotes. Our favorite dessert just might be the Mango Hill - a seemingly bottomless cup of mango sorbet studded with fresh strawberries and topped with strawberry syrup and chile limón powder. And if you’re in the mood for something a little more savory, they have a birria food truck in the parking lot with birria tacos, quesadallas, tortas, and even ramen.
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