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La Boca

72 W Marcy Street
Santa Fe, NM  87501
505-982-3433
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Venue Details
Venue Type: 
Restaurant
Special Features: 
Alcohol Served
Full Menu Served
Reservations Accepted
Music Genre(s): 
Jazz
Latin/Salsa
About Us: 
Opened in 2006 by well-known local chef James Campbell Caruso, La Boca is an intimate 50 seat restaurant in the heart of downtown Santa Fe that feels like a lively European tapas/wine bar. Full to capacity almost every night since opening, La Boca was an instant hit with locals and the world travelers that visit Santa Fe. In it's first year La Boca has won every local award there is to win and has been honored with some national attention as well, being mentioned in the NY Times (twice) and being featured on Giada DeLuaretiis Food Network Show, Giada's Weekend Getaways. Exploring widely within the narrow focus of Spanish food, the chef creates menus (they change often) that feel fresh and new-using ancient ingredients like goat cheese, figs, pomegranates and saffron. "I really like the combination of raisins and capers or olives and citrus," he says. "That balance of sweet and tart is where you create excitement." The effect is most visible in dishes such as smoky grilled eggplant topped with rich manchego, sweet saffron honey and briny capers. A plate of tuna carpaccio dotted with olives, drizzled with blood orange aioli and sprinkled with smoked sea salt delivers a different constellation of flavors in every bite. By concentrating his menu mostly on tapas, Chef James taps into the small plates trend, but by keeping those dishes tightly focused on Spain, he satisfies the desire for authenticity. Live music with singer Nacha Mendez every wednesday night.


 
 

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