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Fox Bros BBQ pitmaster Julian Wissman, along with Brian Holloway, has landed an address for their first brick-and-mortar under the name Pho Cue — a Vietnamese BBQ joint. At 925 Garrett St., the new space was previously occupied by Festivals Jerk Chicken Grill.
Pho Cue started out as a pop-up that attended various festivals around Atlanta — mostly music and beer festivals. After working for Fox Bros BBQ, Wissman developed a passion for BBQ. The chef was inspired to open a pop-up focused on Vietnamese BBQ from his wife whose family hails from Thailand and Vietnam (and so they could use the name Pho Cue which is equally as cheeky as Pho King.) “We were able to use some of her family recipes, and put a dash of us in them,” Wissman told the AJC.
Pho Cue also offers “Pho Kits,” a new way to get your hands on its noodles by ordering for pickup online ahead of opening its doors next year. “We’re gonna be a part of the BeltLine,” the restaurant announced on its Facebook earlier this week. “We officially signed our lease before the weekend, and begin our process of renovating. This has been a year of ups and downs, but this is a way up! Thank you all for everything you’ve done to help us be where we are.”