This venue is closed.
Most days, La Marina, formerly the Tubby Hook Café, is a chilled-out spot to see a postcard view of the George Washington Bridge or to catch a breeze off the river while boats pull up to the nearby dock. The tube-top-and-jeans crowd enjoys budget bottle service ($185 for a bottle of Patron) at outdoor tables or watches sports on giant screen TVs in the cruisey tiki bar while the modest kitchen serves up short-order Latin food and ceviche. But with Latin performers and reggaeton djs on the weekends, you won’t find the patrons simply sitting and supping. They’re just as likely to be cutting the rug on the wood-plant dance platform without letting omnipresent bouncers or the occasional hothead spoil the mood.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.