While the churrro’s origins are hotly debated, many cultures can agree that the simple fried pastry is a delicacy. Churro dough can take on many shapes and forms. Some are spiraled, straight, or looped. Some are coated in cinnamon sugar, dipped in thick chocolate, or stuffed with sweet filling. They’re eaten on the street or plated in a tapas bar.
Around D.C., Spanish, Latin, and Caribbean restaurants put their own spin on the dessert, whether it’s classic churros con chocolate or a Northeastern harvest-inspired apple cider churro.
Start with these 13 spots for the ultimate churro crawl.Read More