Pho 24 Opening in Decatur, Duluth, Expanding Internationally To Turks and Caicos

News of the new locations arrives on the heels of the Vietnamese noodle house and grill opening in Smyrna on August 2 in The Shops at Belmont.
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Pho 24 is adding three new locations to its ever-growing list of restaurants including its first outside of the country.

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The Vietnamese noodle house and grill is coming soon to Decatur, Duluth, and Turks and Caicos, according to Pho 24’s website.

The Decatur and Duluth stores, at 1248 Clairmont Road and 3865 Venture Drive respectively, will be the chain’s tenth and eleventh locations and are currently in permitting.

In Decatur Pho 24 will replace the now-shuttered Sotolero Comida Mexicana on September 9, Owner Toan “Wilson” Doan in an email Wednesday told What Now Atlanta.

The new Duluth outpost will be situated in suites C, D, and E of the Venture Pointe shopping center, next to the newly-opened Encore KTV karaoke lounge.

It will be the second Pho 24 in Duluth, joining an existing outpost, at 3585 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, and is slated to debut in March 2020, according to Doan.

Pho 24 Turks and Caicos, the company’s ninth outpost, will open next month at 111 and 112 Neptune Court, 30 Sandcastle Road, Grace Bay, 698 Providenciales, and will be the first location outside of Georgia.

Doan on August 2 opened Pho 24 in Smyrna’s The Shops at Belmont, replacing Opa Greek Village Taverna, which closed last December.

An outpost in Atlantic Station debuted in February.

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