Phoever Maine Vietnamese Bar & Grill has been closed since June 18th, and now after taking some much-needed time for family, they are ready to reopen.

According to Phoever Maine's website, The Huynh Family immigrated to the US from Vietnam as refugees in 1989 and raised six kids in Portland. They loved making authentic Vietnamese dishes and were encouraged to open their own restaurant. They did just that in 2013 when Phoever Maine was opened in downtown Westbrook. It has since moved into Rock Row, joining a constantly growing list of tenants at the mixed-use development.

Phoever Maine was closed in mid-June while the family mourned the death of Truc Huynh, one of the owners. Our thoughts go out to the Huynh family for their loss. We're sure the healing process is ongoing, but the community and your loyal patrons are there to support you.

In a post on the Phoever Maine Facebook page, the family announced that they would be re-opening on Tuesday, July 12.

With their return, all your favorites are back including Shrimp in a Blanket, the Margaret Chase Smith soups and what looks absolutely delicious to me, the Casco Bay Combo Platter. It includes beef skewers, wings, eggrolls, shrimp in a blanket, crab rangoon and tofu triangles. Two of each!

Check out the menu at the Phoever Maine Vietnamese Bar & Grill website.

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