This is the spot in Flushing for conchas, the Mexican pan dulce with cookie crumb topping. Grab a tray and a pair of tongs and load up on the technicolored conchas (neon pink is a must). Fruit tarts, Jello-mold cakes, flan, and chicharrón sold by the pound are big here too. The Mexican bakery is also owned by the folks who run Tulcingo Restaurant right across the street, in case you’re in the mood for tacos and cemitas as well.
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