Cheba Hut, San Antonio’s first marijuana-themed sandwich shop, will open June 28

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The Alamo City will soon gain its first weed-themed sandwich “joint” at the end of the month: Cheba Hut.

San Antonio franchisees Steve Bales and Bria Lattimore are hoping the Arizona-based chain's playful setting — its eateries include a full bar and indoor and outdoor seating — and themed menu will appeal to local diners.



The shop will offer a variety of “toasted” subs such as the Sensei Kush, which features bacon, honey sriracha, mayo, avocado, provolone, lettuce, tomato and house dressing on the chain’s proprietary hand-rolled sandwich bread.

Cheba Hut's Jamaican Red sandwich features spicy chicken breast, green peppers, jalapeño, black olives and cheddar cheese. - INSTAGRAM / CHEBAHUT
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  • Cheba Hut's Jamaican Red sandwich features spicy chicken breast, green peppers, jalapeño, black olives and cheddar cheese.
The shop will also offer a munchies menu, replete with dazed-and-confused-worthy bites such as soft pretzel nuggets and sauced meatballs. Drinks are billed as "Cottonmouth Cures" and include sodas, iced tea and Kool-Aid.



The new Cheba Hut at 11911 Alamo Ranch Parkway will be the chain's third Texas franchise. It's slated to open June 28.

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