A peek through the door at Despaña.
Despaña has some 60 cheeses at the counter, many of them from Asturias, a northern Spanish province.
Cheese plate, take one.
A sampling of Despaña’s best fare. Can you spot the Spanish flag?
Fish specialities from Galicia
One of Spain's best exports is its canned fish, and Cabo de Peña is a top line brand.
Salas says that this "atún rojo," or red tuna, from Don Bocarte is one of the best he's had in his life.
There's no "olive bar" at Despaña, but that doesn't mean there aren't olives, and lots of them.
These cloth bags of Arroz Bomba, or rice, are perfect for making paella at home.
Slightly sweet and smoky, piquillo peppers are perfect for stuffing with cheese or other savory deliciousness.
For a sweet bite, pick up a box of Turrón de Alicante, a honey almond nougat.
Pepe the Bull, named for Intriago's partner, keeps watch over Despaña Soho.