I was here back in January. Located in the Downtown Container Park, it occupies one of the shipping containers on the ground floor adjacent to the kid’s park and stage. The inside is deceptively larger than what one would expect. It’s still tight quarters, but they managed to fit a kitchen/bar and two seating areas in there.

My wife reserved a spot to hang out with friends for the night and the employees there were very accommodating. The service throughout the night was great as they stopped by frequently to make sure we had everything we needed, cleared plates and glasses, etc. Prices for wines by the glass were more than reasonable, certainly cheaper than the Strip. The only food I sampled was the meat and cheese trays. Both were filled with a good variety of items. It’s a cozy spot that worked well in the winter, as it never got too cold in there even with the doors open.

4 Stars

Downtown Container Park
707 E Fremont St
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 826-2702

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  • Mariana says:

    Jun! I am so glad you liked this recipe, once you have made it a few times you can whip it up super fast and pop it in the oven. So far it has tunred out every time for me. When subsisting coconut oil it is more accurate to measure if in liquid form. If using coconut oil I will take it out of the fridge and leave it by the stove as I do everything else. Sometimes that is enough time.In regards to what kind of mixer I use- I don’t. One day I will have one but I just mix it with a wooden spoon or strong spatula. The batter can be a little lumpy-no problem. To store the muffins or bread I use a closed container or store wraped up in wrap in the refrigerator. They freeze really well- just pop them in the microwave to make them moist. I love these with a little butter, but my family restaurant serves this banana bread (but not gluten free) as a thick warm slice with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream, a drizzle of chocolate and sprinkled with coconut this is when this turns into a full-on dessert! It is a hit!I made it for my dad who can’t have dairy and does not eat sugar or coco, so I used carob chips instead of chocolate chips, topped it with Rice Dream Icecream, drizzled with a tiny bit of honey.thanks for taking the time to tell us about what you did!!!have a great day- keep in touch!

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