Pho-nomenal News: Vietspot Is Back Open For Indoor Dining

02/16/2021 in
Pho-nomenal News: Vietspot Is Back Open For Indoor Dining

Here’s some pho-nomenal news: Casual Vietnamese eatery Vietspot is back open for indoor dining. 

Vietspot, at 99 Nassau Street, Suite C, has reopened at 25% capacity after indoor dining across the city was allowed to resume on Friday. The restaurant offers Vietnamese classics including big bowls of pho to get you through these cold days, along with hearty banh mi sandwiches, vermicelli, dumplings, air fried vegetable rolls and more. Even in this relentlessly snowy winter, Vietspot’s steaming plates and bowls are sure to warm you up

The shop doesn’t have an online reservation system, so give them a call to make sure there’s room if you plan on dining inside: 212-766-3388.

photo: @vietspot

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