A restaurant in downtown San Jose, California, was transported to a new location in the city on January 8 after Google bought the land it sat on.
The entire structure of the Cajun restaurant Poor House Bistro was moved a few blocks from South Autumn Street to West Saint John Street in the city’s Little Italy district Saturday morning, reports said.
The event featured a Mardi Gras-type brass band as the structure, adorned with beads and Italian flags, was towed down Montgomery Street, past the SAP Center, and down Saint John Street.
This video shows the building being moved around San Jose’s SAP Center. Credit: Michael Lomio via Storyful