Panty-Dropper Cocktail of the Day: Dark and Stormy at The Boozery

Chances are, you’ve never been in a bar quite like The Boozery at downtown’s new Container Park shopping complex. That’s because the entire bar is inside a shipping container.

The Boozery

The Boozery is one of the only bars in Vegas where you can learn the name of every customer in under a minute, even on a busy night.

It’s intimate vibe is just the start of what makes The Boozery unique, though.

The Boozery is staffed by charming, knowledgeable bartenders, for one. You don’t work at a bar with a maximum capacity of 12 people to get rich. You work there because you’re adventuresome, you like a laid-back work environment and dress code, and you want to be part of a grand experiment (which the Container Park sort of is).

The Boozery

Dave and Michael have got this.

Oh, and there are also some top-notch cocktails at The Boozery, too. “Booze” is right there in the name of the place, so it’s sort of required.

We’d recommend a particularly delicious social lubricant called the Dark and Stormy cocktail, featuring Goslings dark rum, ginger beer and lime.

The Boozery.

Yes, plastic cups. The Boozery is the opposite of whatever pretentious is.

The Boozery is located near the Container Park’s stage, where there’s live music, nightly. We suggest you visit The Boozery, anyway.

Now, if after trying the Dark and Stormy you find your panties remain undropped, you might try the also-excellent Smog ‘N’ Fog.

Smog 'N' Fog

Las Vegas Distillery rum, Creme de Violette liqueur and lemon juice. And love. Dave makes everything with love.

The folks behind The Boozery, Future Restaurant Group, also have their fingers in other downtown establishments, most notably Downtown Cocktail Room and Oscar’s Steakhouse at The Plaza hotel. See more.

The Boozery is open Monday through Thursday, 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday, noon to 1:00 a.m. and Sunday, noon to 11:00 p.m.

5 thoughts on “Panty-Dropper Cocktail of the Day: Dark and Stormy at The Boozery

  1. Three Slice Toaster

    There are Subway sandwich joints in containers (New York), and Starbucks outlets in containers (Seattle and Chicago). I guess it was just a matter of time before hole-in-the-wall bars ended up in containers, too.


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