Posted November 4, 2019 at 5:06 am
The summertime hiatus is finally over for Pho Grand. The Vietnamese restaurant reopened on Grand Street yesterday. The months-long break was reportedly for store renovations, often a euphemism for “we’re packing up before anyone notices.” That wasn’t the case here at 277 Grand Street. And it’s unclear the real cause for closure. Pho Grand is […]
Posted August 7, 2019 at 5:08 am
Venerable Vietnamese restaurant Pho Grand has been closed of late. Starving area locals of a cheap meal. Bilingual signs affixed to the shuttered security gate of 277 Grand Street indicate renovations are afoot. Ordinarily this might be cause for concern, as “renovation” is often a euphemism for a fly-by-night closure. And maybe so, were it […]
Posted August 2, 2018 at 5:09 am
More vendors have dribbled from the PR babble backing the Market Line. (The media advisories seem to announce the newest vendors in threes.) Yesterday, Essex Crossing developers Delancey Street Associates revealed the latest and greatest that will grace the booths of the new upscale baazar-like setting. Lower East Side Vietnamese staple Pho Grand, Moon Man’s first […]
Posted April 30, 2010 at 6:13 am
Nearly three weeks removed from the devastating Grand Street fire, business in the immediate vicinity is trickling back. A reader reported yesterday that Vietnamese restaurant Pho Grand at number 277 reopened the other night. This is indeed great news for the neighborhood!