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La Boca

72 W. Marcy St. (Lincoln Ave.) Send to Phone
A hopping tapas spot straight from Spain.


Lunch & Dinner daily

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La Boca, Santa Fe, NM

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La Boca Restaurant Review

: A meal at La Boca is always an adventure. Usually packed with boisterous crowds, this is a good place to enjoy a tapas spread and people-watch in between bites. It's an intimate venue, with a small dining room that's conducive to those who want to eat like Spaniards in Santa Fe, which happens to have strong Spanish roots. Though full entrées grace the menu, we suggest focusing on the tapas, which is where the magic happens. Try the bruschetta with crimini mushrooms, a fried egg, truffle oil and Reggianito. Other delicacies have included grilled artichokes with Spanish goat cheese and mint, and boquerones --- lovely marinated white anchovies. For the full Spanish experience, ask your server for a sherry recommendation. And if you find yourself seeking an authentically Spanish late-night dinner, try the nearby Taberna, La Boca’s younger sibling, which is open until 11 p.m.

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