West of Jaynes Gastropub, on Adams Avenue in University Heights, is the new Cueva Bar, pouring varietals from Spanish-speaking wine-producing regions and domestic artisan beer. The warm, family-run bar and eatery serves up salads and home-cooked soups with puffy rounds of baked-to-order pita bread, plus drink-friendly snacks like Argentina-inspired empanadas (baked with fillings that include spinach and cheese or chorizo accompanied by garlicky green chimichurri) and homemade flat breads with an assortment of savory toppings. They aim to be a frequent neighborhood hang, encouraging repeat noshing with the 5-8 p.m. Happy Hour. Mondays start with $5 wine by the glass, and the work week ends on a tasty note with Friday’s $2-off drinks and the empanadas and flat breads. cuevabar.com.