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Pho Lucky Is Expanding to Midtown This Fall

The Vietnamese restaurant is filling the former Addison Eatery space on Woodward.

Pho Lucky will take over the ground floor space in the Addison Building, recently vacated by Addison Eatery.
Pho Lucky will take over the ground floor space in the Addison Building, recently vacated by Addison Eatery.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

Redford-based Vietnamese restaurant Pho Lucky is on an expansion spree. The restaurant, which just opened its third location last month in Southfield, is slated to take over the former Addison Eatery space in Midtown. Owner Cong Nguyen confirms that he signed the lease with Midtown Inc. last week and made it official by posting a sign in the shop's window Sunday evening.

What the pho!? (The former Addison Eatery and Atlas Global Bistro spot)

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Nguyen says he purchased the liquor license from Addison Eatery's operator and is in the process of making the legal transfer, which could take up to two months. In the meantime, Pho Lucky is busy securing health inspections, city licenses, signage, and miscellaneous items like POS machines and credit card machines. With or without the liquor license, Nguyen hopes to see the new pho outpost debut by late October.

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Pho Lucky

23838 Joy Road, , MI 48239 (313) 532-2333 Visit Website

Pho Lucky — Southfield

28308 Telegraph Road, Southfield, MI Visit Website

Pho Lucky — Midtown

3111 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI

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