Those looking for pho, a popular Vietnamese noodle soup dish, will be able to get their hands on a bowl on the west side of Market Street now that a Delaware County restaurant chain is opening its next location – a new concept for the company – in Philadelphia's Central Business District.
A relatively new restaurant chain called Pho Street has two locations in the Philadelphia region: One in Springfield at 204 Baltimore Pike, and another one on the Main Line at 1001 W. Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr.
Pho Street has signed a leased to open a third location at 2104-06 Market St., with a tentative opening date of early 2017, according to Scott Benson, a retail broker with Metro Commercial Real Estate, which represents landlord Brandywine Realty Trust.
The 3,700-square-foot restaurant will be taking the space between the Philadelphia fire house and closed Vanity Nightclub.
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