From Texas Public Radio:
A new Saturday pop-up restaurant gives San Antonians a chance to experience Palestinian food. The grand opening of a place named Saha on the St. Mary’s strip took place on Saturday, Feb. 11.
Just west of where Josephine Street merges with St. Mary’s sits an old 1930s era gas station building, now completely re-made as the Little Death Wine Bar. The entire building is covered in colorful, cartoon-like figures, and a silver airstream trailer doubles as a kitchen right next to it.
On a recent brisk morning, seven people quickly set up tables and dug into cardboard boxes for supplies. They were still more than an hour away from opening.
Diner Hoda Cummings explained why she was already there.
“I wanted to get a spot, and I wanted to get one of everything!” she said.
Her tan leather coat helped take the bite out of the breezy upper 50s temperatures. She explained she wasn’t just here for lunch.