‘Bo Ca Phe’ Vietnamese Restaurant Opening Soon at Former Subway Franchise on Lafayette

Posted on: September 25th, 2015 at 5:01 am by
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For the last year-and-a-half, the south store of 222 Lafayette has remained a dormant mess. It’s devolution into graffiti canvas occurred in the wake of Subway closing its decade-old outpost here. Though, now reborn. Out of the ashes, a new Vietnamese restaurant.

It’s called Bo Ca Phe, an establishment specializing in French-infused Vietnamese cuisine. That’s a far cry from manufactured smells and yoga mat sandwiches.

However, even though Bo Ca Phe is nearly built, it’s still just a concept on paper. According to a recent posting in the Craigslist classifieds, the restaurant seeks all positions, including an executive chef and “all other team members.

Here’s a look inside…

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Bo is already talking about legacy and history of its brand in SoHo before the place opens. That, by the way, is slated to happen in early October. More description from the now-expired job listing…

Located on the corner of Lafayette and Spring street along with many iconic, people watching restaurants around the area, Bo Ca Phe would like to inherit the legacy of the area itself to present its Asian interpretation of vibrant yet hip SoHo area. the menu focuses on variety of Bo Bun (Vietnamese vermicelli noodle salads), Bao Burger ( Burger with steamed chinese bun), and Fresh juices and creative desserts.

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