A 13th street wine bar with common (in Spain) tapas was found to be quite good in all aspects of casual dining. The selection of small plates were diverse and all we had were very good. There is a good by-the-glass wine selection. The meat balls were very tasty and brought to mind those at their sister restaurant, Barbuzzo. The brussel sprout dish was unusual in that it had a definite kick to it provided by thin slices of hot red peppers. Other well received items included a cheese board, a chefs board, artichokes and octopus. The service person was knowledgeable and attentive. The table space is small, my guess is 10-12 tables with a long bar running most of the length of the room . Things got busy about 6 pm with quite a few potential dinners not able to be seated. We will add Jamonera to our 13th street go to list.