Davie Village restaurants sometimes play a game of musical chairs.
Thai Away Home closed down at 1206 Davie Street in 2010 and reopened this year at 1081 Granville Street. Mango Thai, which inhabited Thai Away Home's former Davie Street location, is now searching for a new home.
A few years ago, Pho Central relocated from its tiny hole-in-the-wall spot at 1118 Davie Street and jumped across the street to a grander space at 1161 Davie Street.
Now, another Davie Village Vietnamese favourite is also making a similar move.
Pho Goodness, which regularly packs its premises thanks to it pho, bánh mi, and more, is moving across the street from its current location at 1183 Davie Street to 1150 Davie Street (next to the Sandman Hotel).
It'll take over the location formerly occupied by another Vietnamese establishment, Hanoi Bistro, which closed earlier this year.
The good news (or the Pho Goodness news, if you wish) is that the new space will be larger, helping the restaurant expand from its current seating capacity of about 20 people to up to 35 people.
The menu will largely remain the same though a few new dishes may make an appearance.
The new location is aiming to open in early November though a specific date has yet to be determined.
Meanwhile, East Vancouverites can also enjoy some Pho Goodness as the restaurant has another location at 3079 Main Street.