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Marcha Cocina in Washington Heights is on the February CB3/SLA committee agenda to open an outpost at the former Cafe Cambodge/Arcane space at 111 Avenue C near East Seventh Street.
According to paperwork (PDF!) on file ahead of next Monday night's meeting, the applicants are proposing hours of noon to midnight from Sunday through Thursday, and noon to 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. The restaurant configuration shows 19 tables accommodating 38 people and a 10-seat bar.
Here's what Time Out said about Marcha Cocina, located at Broadway and 171st Street:
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.
Cafe Cambodge opened here in February 2014 ... after the owners revamped the space from its 6-year run as Arcane.