The bar is about to be raised on Nashville's noodle game, as Vietnamese restaurant Love, Peace and Pho is set to open tomorrow. Housed in the former Cane-Ery Antiques storefront at 2112 Eighth Avenue South, the restaurant is the first project from Suong Vo, who owns next door's The Nail Place, and her brother. The menu will feature a hefty number of classics (at least 50), as well as heaping bowls of pho, the popular traditional Vietnamese noodle dish. And while beer and wine will be available in the near future, they won't be at opening, as they are still waiting on their permit.
A nice bonus is that they are offering free wifi, with a liberal sprinkling of USB ports and wall outlets throughout the space, and ample parking is available on and across the street, as well as on the side of and behind the building. Hours at opening will be Tuesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., but the owners tell Eater that they are toying with the idea of eventually expanding their weekend hours to feed the late night crowds. Do let us know if you plan on stopping by, and be sure to check back for updates.
October 7, 2014