La Marcha seems in step with the spirit upon which the tapas eating style was originally conceived—conviviality and community. There’s an undercurrent of generosity here that underpins the restaurant’s sleek interior and lends it that bit of heart and soul that push it beyond a passing fad. There are 20-plus tapas to explore, mostly under $10, ranging from the traditional patatas bravas and tortilla da papa to standout hamburguesas Morunas, head-on gambas, and mushroom croquettes. La Marcha has one more ace up its sleeve: paella, the co-owners’ specialty with five kinds meant to be a shared among friends. Good Spanish wine at a reasonable price, and a happy hour with complimentary tapas with each purchased beverage both early (4–6 p.m.) and late (10 p.m.–midnight at the bar). What could be better? Serves dinner Tuesday-Sunday.