Wraps & Art, West End, Roatan

Opening its doors in 2016, Wraps & Art offers a cozy environment surrounded by local art in the carefree and relaxed atmosphere of West End, Roatan. This small shop serves fresh food, centering mostly on great tasting wraps with an artistic touch respecting the food, its ingredients and culinary presentation.

Fresh and recently bought romaine lettuce, arugula, alfalfa and other nutritious greens are essential fixings in their delicious and nutritious meals which revolve around freshly made wraps that are healthy, contain NO meats, NO beef, NO pork, No fried stuff, and are offered at affordable prices.

Wraps & Art supports local artists, whether they are painters, photographers, or musicians, and offers a place for them to display their art. You are also invited to contribute with your own creativity by participating in their Paint Nights, an event which allows you to break away from the typical West End entertainment and discover your talent guided by a local artist in a specific technique, for a two hour class involving one painting technique for USD $35.00 including a wrap, drink, paints, canvas, and aeveryone get to take their painting home.

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Latitude: 16.305334 Longitude: -86.593079 Elevation: 28 ft
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Specialities and Highlights

Veggie wrap is highly sought after.

Mixed chicken & shrimp is another popular item.

The special lobster, fish n shrimp, with blue cheese and coconut curry sauce is top notch. 

With a variety of 8 original sauces, onion honey mustard, house BBQ sauce, lemon garlic, capers sauce.

Beverages revolve around their own virgin drinks which include mint lemonade and strawberry kiwi with no alcohol.

 

Hours Open

12:00pm a 9:00pm Tuesday to Sunday.

Seasons Open

Year-round.

Price Style for this Establishment

USD $4.00 - USD $12.00.

Actions taken to promote environmental or social sustainability

Uses LED lights.

The furniture is made from recycled materials.

They are in the process of phasing out plastic cups and straws and are moving towards incorporating paper cups and straws, instead.

They support local artists.

 

 

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