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Inside Pho Lucky in Brush Park on a Wednesday at Noon

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Welcome to Eater Scenes, a photo series in which photographers Michelle and Chris Gerard visit some of the city's classic and contemporary destinations to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in the day. Here is a look inside Pho Lucky around noon on a Wednesday in April.

Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

Redford's Vietnamese favorite Pho Lucky extended its reach into Midtown last fall, taking over the short-lived Addison Eatery space chairs and all. Although it's located along the dread QLine construction route (which is cutting into the bottom lines of many businesses) the casual restaurant with is large pho bowls and chilled Vermicelli noodle dishes is still a draw for lunchtime diners along the corridor.

The space shares many similarities to its predecessor, but the tablecloths have been stripped away and replaced by personal touches like photos and colorful glass vases. The result is a warm, inviting, and functional restaurant serving up some flavor-packed food. Photographers Chris and Michelle Gerard visited the restaurant on an afternoon in April. Take in the scene in the gallery above.

Pho Lucky — Midtown

3111 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI