An Atlanta pho restaurant with five locations is adding a sixth at Atlanta mixed-use development Atlantic Station.
Pho 24 is set to take the place of seafood chain Boneheads, Tommorow's News Today reports. Boneheads is expected to close by the end of May, with Pho 24 to open by early September.
The Vietnamese eatery has existing locations in Chamblee, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Buford and downtown Atlanta, with another planned restaurant in Commerce.
Pho 24 will join several new and soon-to-come concepts at Atlantic Station, including salad spot Salata, which opened late last year, and Indian fast casual restaurant Naan Stop and Japanese barbecue eatery Gyu-Kaku , both set to open in the first half of the year. There are also reportedly talks of a new restaurant taking the place of Rosa Mexicano, which closed suddenly in December.
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