Ssoju Korean Pub to Open on Jones Blvd

Ssoju replaces Vietnamese restaurant Pho 87
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A new Korean restaurant is soon to open on the southeast corner of S Jones Blvd and W Cherokee Ave. According to paperwork recently filed with Clark County, Ssoju Korean Pub will be “a full service restaurant with beer and wine” (and, presumably, soju).

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A representative of Sojulv Inc. has confirmed the news on the phone with What Now Las Vegas. Park declined to comment further on the details pertaining to the restaurant’s branding, menu, and hours of operation, however. Much is therefore still unknown about the project.

The building at 3620 S Jones Blvd sits on a lot beside Cherokee Ave. The space was previously occupied by Pho 87, a Food Network-featured Vietnamese restaurant that served dishes like pho (of course), oxtail soup, and banh mi sandwiches.

The building is situated in front of a larger retail center, Phoenix Plaza, which is home to local business like TG Hair Salon and Sophia in Sapphire Dance Studio, as well as restaurants like Aracely’s Sazón Colombian Restaurant and Crave Hookah Lounge.

Ssoju Korean Pub has not announced an opening date, but according to Sojulv Inc, the restaurant is expected to open in February or March 2022.

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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