Today is Phubs Last Day at Cross Street Market

| November 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Vietnamese pho and banh mi restaurant Phubs announced today that it’s closing its two locations. Phubs opened at Cross Street Market in Federal Hill in 2019 and opened in Hanover, MD in 2014. Phub previously had a location in Wilmington, DE.

Phubs said on its Facebook page:

Throwback to a post from 7 years ago when Phubs Vietnamese Soup + Subs was a brand new adventure!
Today is our last day slinging soup and slicing sammies🍜🥖🍲🧋
Thank you to our loyal customers, all those familiar faces, hard working employees, and to Thad and Paul who made it happen day in and out.
We’re open 11-8 today @crossstmarket and @arundelmills locations. Come by to say hello and say goodbye.
Stay Hungry Phubbers! 🍜🍲🥖

It has been a period of transition at Cross Street Market in recent months. Recent closures at Cross Street Market include Rooster & Hen, Annoula’s Greek Kitchen, Ono Poké, Rice Crook, Southern’s Spice, and Royal Farms Chicken.

New additions in recent months are Blowfish PokeWatershed, Atlas Fish Market, Southrn’ Spice, and Crepe Crazy.

The Cross Street Market management team told a new tenant announcement will be coming soon. There are currently six vacant stalls at Cross Street Market.

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