Marcha Cocina-Bar

Bars, Tapas bars Washington Heights
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Named after Spanish slang for “nightlife,” this Washington Heights tapas joint is geared toward hungry night owls, with modern Spanish small plates and cocktails until the witching hour. Slip into a sunny yellow banquette for bites like cocas (Catalan flatbread) layered with serrano ham and wild mushrooms, chicken-and-plantain-stuffed croquettes and crispy shrimp dipped in smoked paprika aioli, from brother-chef team Fredy and Virgilio De La Cruz (Pipa). The ten-seat bar, glowing with built-in neon lights, offers Latin-accented libations, including a caipirinha made with cashew nectar and bourbon piña coladas.


Venue name: Marcha Cocina-Bar
Address: 4055 Broadway
New York
Cross street: at 171st St
Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun 11am-11pm; Thu–Sat 11am–midnight
Transport: Subway: A, C, 1 to 168th St–Washington Hts
Price: Average entree: $23. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Katherine R

Marcha Cocina Bar is an amazing tapas bar. The best red and white sangria paired with one of their delicious tapas. One of my favorite is their dates wrapped in bacon and stuffed with an almond. And their traditional paella is to die for. I will definitely recommend this place for their delicious tapas, signature drinks, large variety of beers and finally their ultimate service and ambience.