Bite Now: Montaditos at Bin 702

A selection of Bin 702’s tasty montaditos.
Photo: Mikayla Whitmore

You gotta hand it to the Spanish—nobody does snacks with drinks better than the originators of tapas. Sonny Ahuja knows that, which is why he borrowed the Spanish mini-sandwiches known as montaditos for his menu.

Ahuja, who also operates Downtown’s O Face Doughnuts, added a tantalizing selection of these bar-friendly bites at his Container Park spot Bin 702, a charming nook that notched a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence last year. Cute little four-inch rolls are filled with drool-worthy combos like salty bresaola and triple-creme Saint-André cheese or turkey with Brie and apricot jam ($2.25 each or six for $12). A glass of this, a bite of thinly shaved air-cured pork loin with honey butter, another glass, another montadito ... there goes the afternoon, in the best possible way.

Bin 702 Container Park, 702-826-2702. Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

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