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Where to Eat Pho in Atlanta: 16 Vietnamese Restaurants

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As a Hangover Power Hour special, here's Buford Highway expert and Chow Down Atlanta blogger Chloe Morris's comprehensive guide to pho in Atlanta, OTP and ITP. Check out the list below, then head over to CDA to see pictures and more.
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Pho Dai Loi 2. [Photo: Chris/Urbanspoon]

Nothing makes cold weather days better than a steaming bowl of hearty Vietnamese pho. But the dish is good on all other days too, whether you're craving it for breakfast, hungry after a late night out, need a cure for a hangover, or just want something satisfying to fill you up. This beef noodle soup has been known to do wonders for both the stomach and the soul, and Atlanta is lucky to have so many options to choose from.
Chloe Morris of Chow Down Atlanta


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Pho Dai Loi 2

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Three locations to serve you the absolute best pho in Atlanta. Hands down. [Photo]

What the Pho

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Open until midnight. One of two places for the best pho in Atlanta. Everything on the menu is also good. [Photo]

Nam Phuong Restaurant

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One of the best places for Vietnamese food. You can’t go wrong with anything here. Everything on the menu is good. There's a Buford Highway location, too. [Photo]

No. 1 Hong Kong Bakery

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Phở Bắc

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Another place for great Vietnamese food. Stellar soups and noodle dishes. [Photo]

Co'm Vietnamese Grill

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Known more for their entrees and rice dishes, the grilled grape leaves rolls are a must try. [Photo]

Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup

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The only place in downtown Atlanta for pho and with a separate location a couple of doors down for carry out and delivery orders. [Photo]

I Luv Pho

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With three locations in the metro area open 24 hours a day, there’s bound to be one close to you whenever you need a fix. [Photo]

Lee's Bakery

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The only place with pho/bánh mì combination meals on the menu. [Photo]

Quan Ba 9

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A classic example of southern Vietnamese pho, the broth here is heavily flavored with leafy herbs and spices. [Photo]

Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food

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First and foremost, you come here for the grilled pork bánh mì. It’s the best in Atlanta. And then you eat the bánh mì with a bowl of pho. Perfect combination! [Photo]

Pho 24

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Open 24 hours and with an extensive food and traditional beverage menu. [Photo]

Saigon Cafe Duluth

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The Duluth location has the best food for this local chain. Enroll in their rewards program for weekly specials. [Photo]

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We Suki Suki

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Pho available only from 11AM until they run out. [Photo]

Yany Express

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Great Vietnamese food all around. Fantastic soups and kitchen specialties. [Photo]

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Pho Dai Loi 2

Three locations to serve you the absolute best pho in Atlanta. Hands down. [Photo]

What the Pho

Open until midnight. One of two places for the best pho in Atlanta. Everything on the menu is also good. [Photo]

Nam Phuong Restaurant

One of the best places for Vietnamese food. You can’t go wrong with anything here. Everything on the menu is good. There's a Buford Highway location, too. [Photo]

No. 1 Hong Kong Bakery

[Photo]

Phở Bắc

Another place for great Vietnamese food. Stellar soups and noodle dishes. [Photo]

Co'm Vietnamese Grill

Known more for their entrees and rice dishes, the grilled grape leaves rolls are a must try. [Photo]

Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup

The only place in downtown Atlanta for pho and with a separate location a couple of doors down for carry out and delivery orders. [Photo]

I Luv Pho

With three locations in the metro area open 24 hours a day, there’s bound to be one close to you whenever you need a fix. [Photo]

Lee's Bakery

The only place with pho/bánh mì combination meals on the menu. [Photo]

Quan Ba 9

A classic example of southern Vietnamese pho, the broth here is heavily flavored with leafy herbs and spices. [Photo]

Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food

First and foremost, you come here for the grilled pork bánh mì. It’s the best in Atlanta. And then you eat the bánh mì with a bowl of pho. Perfect combination! [Photo]

Pho 24

Open 24 hours and with an extensive food and traditional beverage menu. [Photo]

Saigon Cafe Duluth