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Pho 1 is worth finding, thanks to its delicious Vietnamese offerings

Don't let the Stone Avenue address fool you: Pho 1 is not on Stone Avenue. The sign sits squarely on the corner of Stone and Sahuaro Street, but this quaint restaurant is really on Sahuaro, about two doors east of Stone. The…

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