October 28, 2020

Halloween Hangover PHO Cure at Phuc Yea This Sunday, Nov 1

Phuc Yea pho


Say goodbye to the Halloween scarers from last night with a warm and comforting bowl of pho at Phuc Yea! Come in and celebrate the day of the dead by bringing yourself back to life with their mouth-watering bowl of pho. Lift your spirits on Day of the dead, and indulge in Phuc Yea delicious pho selections like their Classic Beef Pho at $13, with winter spiced beef broth, meatballs, sliced brisket, herbage, bean sprouts, scallions, and rice noodles. Another option is their flavorful Coriander Chicken Pho for $13 that includes coriander spiked chicken broth, sliced chicken, herbage, bean sprouts, scallions, lemongrass chili oil, and rice noodles. If you prefer veggie options, Phuc Yea has the perfect solution for you, and an exclusive pho only available for Day of The Dead! Indulge on their Veggie Noodle Soup at $13 with winter spiced vegetable broth, sliced mushrooms, carrot, fried tofu, jicama, daikon, glass noodles, herbage, and lemongrass chili oil. Lastly, the Special Phuc Yea Pho which is $45, with a whole smoked beef rib, herbage, bean sprouts, scallions, and rice noodles.

There is no better way to sop up last night's festivities and come back to life than with one of Phuc Yea’s steaming bowls of pho. Care for fresh oysters? Satisfy your craving with $1 east coast oysters, $2 west coast oysters, wash down the oysters with $10 shots, or their exclusive beer specials. Come during happy hour as it lives on from 5 - 7 p.m. every day which features a robust selection of cocktails, beer, wine, spirits. You won’t want to miss out on this special day!

Phuc Yea is a flavorful new Vietnamese-Cajun cuisine restaurant created by Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold in 2016. Wearing the hats of co-owner and Executive Chef, Cesar Zapata helms the kitchen, where he creates Phuc Yea’s signature Vietnamese-Cajun fare, and Aniece Meinhold, whose German and Vietnamese heritage brings a new take on Asian cuisine to Miami. FOH, beverage programs, and design. Phuc Yea is located at 7100 Biscayne Blvd and is open Wednesday –Monday, where it serves lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, and daily happy hour.

All Day on Sunday, November 1st, 2020

7100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami FL 33138

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