Popular Bronx Colombian Restaurant La Masa Expands; Celebration Tomorrow Night

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La Masa expanded next door and now even has space downstairs.

One of our favorite Bronx restaurants is in the heart of Morris Park and it’s called La Masa and they have now expanded more than doubling in size!

Tomorrow at 9PM, come to La Masa and join in celebrating this Bronx small as they continue to grow!

The Colombian restaurant serves up some of the best empanadas you’ll find in NYC filled with traditional meat or chicken or dozens of other different ones for you to just drool over.

La Masa is also venturing into vegan territory adding several items like vegan burger with vegan cheese and instead of traditional buns you can get in between two arepas and it’s served with fried potatoes that are so yummy.

The yuca fries are made fresh and aren’t greasy so you can have this guilty pleasure without much of the guilt and more of the pleasure.

The patacon a sandwich that uses fried plantain aka platanos instead of bread was as good to eat as it was to look at.

It’s never a disappointment when you walk into La Masa. The space is beautifully done and the food is just always so on point.

We’re just simply excited to see a small business succeed to the point that they expanded their footprint.

Don’t forget to stop by especially tomorrow, Saturday March 10th at 9PM to celebrate their expansion with them!

La Masa is located at 1000 Morris Park Avenue at the corner of Colden Avenue.

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Ed García Conde

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