Legs of Iberian ham hang above the bar at Lamanos, a tapas spot from the team behind Ofrenda and Black Ant (you know, the Mexican restaurant with the bug tacos). The menu gives an at-a-glance view of Spanish cuisine but hones in on specific regions in dishes like Rioja-style potatoes and Catalan tomato bread with manchego cheese. High-top communal tables are an indication that this is a place for sharing, and shelves of wine nod at the beverage of choice. Most of the bottles are sourced from the Iberian peninsula, save for a few French and Italian varieties. Even the cocktails are wine-based, like the sherry and beet juice Bloody Mary.