As I reported here yesterday, Arizona restaurateur Mark Tarbell is just a few weeks away from opening Home, a comfort food restaurant that will join The Oven, another Tarbell restaurant, at the Streets of SouthGlenn in late November.
And while that's good news for the foodniks who hang in those parts, I'm wetting my pants over the very real possibility that a certain Vietnamese joint on Federal, whose pho bowls me over every time, and whose affable host and owner is one of the greatest guys in the biz, might -- just might -- be turning out mo' pho right around the corner from Home.
When I know pho sure, so will you.
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