These changes aren’t the first at Banh Mi Coda recently. A small patio holding four or five tables was added earlier this year. It’s nice to be able to sit at outdoor tables; in the past, when we wanted to take advantage of a nice day while having lunch there, we’d take our sandwiches to the benches along busy Louisiana Avenue. This is a much quieter option, with less car exhaust. And you can watch the steady flow of customers always going in and out. Banh Mi Coda doesn’t seem to want for business!
There may be other changes afoot as well. I noticed today that the awning over the door (which has said “GRAND OPENING” in increasingly faded letters since it opened more than three years ago) is gone; I wonder if it will be replaced? I liked the look of it, and how it set Banh Mi apart from its sister restaurant, Cafe Trang, next door.
NaBloPoMo 2014 Post #7