Whether you call them "small plates" or the more "old-school" label, Tapas, they are everyone on menus in New York City. They are a free-time must-do for corporate meeting attendees, but the question is whether they have become too trendy for their own good.
That's why we are thrilled to find out that Marcha Cocina, which makes about as satisfying a tapa as you could imagine, is expanding to the East Village. Originally in Washington Heights, the gamba and chorizo will be a huge hit with your group. And the mojitos and sangrias are pretty darn good too!