Bite Now: Montaditos at Bin 702

A selection of Bin 702’s tasty montaditos.
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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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