The Cubist solution

Sacramento is soon to get its first restaurant made entirely of “High-Cube” shipping containers. 

Federalist Public House & Beer Garden opens August 1 at 2009 N St.

“Arranged on an alley-loaded lot, the containers have come together to create a 2, 200-square foot  restaurant in the rear yard of a 107-year-old Federalist Style Victorian,” a press release says. The seven modified containers were supplied by CubeDepot, “a company that provides end-to-end solutions for sourcing, buying, renting, and modifying shipping containers.”

The press realease goes on to say, “CubeDepot removed the walls in three of the containers to create a common eating area, with the other four units built out to house a full bar, full kitchen with wood burning pizza oven, a bathroom, and storage units.”

There’s a “container park” in Las Vegas. Last year Stockton City Limits suggested a container park would work well on Stockton’s waterfront.

Here’s an architects’s rendering of the Sacto eatery.

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