I can order Mozzarepa, "A combination of sweet ground corn and Mozzarella cheese."
This slightly horrifying-sounding treat is apparently a variation on the Columbian arepa. The "sweet ground corn" are probably better described as cornmeal cakes. So the thing is sort of like a grilled-cheese sandwich, only different.
At amusements parks and street fairs, you can order food you can't get anywhere else, and wouldn't even think of eating anywhere else. Corn dogs, foot-long hot dogs, funnel cakes, candy apples, cotton candy, sno-cones. Every food is a carnival act, a stunt, a gimmick. The food must be part of the fun. No prosaic snacks. Deep-fried this and caramel-dipped that and frozen the other. Food shaped like clouds, and snowballs and rockets. Coney Island food.