Downtown Vietnamese Fusion Expands to the Edge District

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Featured image courtesy of La V via La V’s Website

Big news for Baum Avenue: The downtown favorite La V is set to open new concept inside Baum Avenue Market this May. Called Baum Mi, the healthy concept will feature a variety of Vietnamese sandwiches and boba teas.

Posted by La V – Vietnamese Fusion on Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Baum Mi will be like a fast-casual counterpart to La V, so expect some grab and go versions of your favorite dishes. We can’t wait for the day when we can enjoy our fave Lemongrass Beef Banh Mi before we walk over to catch a Rays game.

**** Breaking News***** Here we “Grow” again! We want to thank all of our extended family that come in daily to La V…

Posted by La V – Vietnamese Fusion on Thursday, April 25, 2019

More details will be announced soon. Follow La V on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

What else is coming to Baum Avenue? Keep an eye out for Modern Brine’s Oyster Bar and delicious sweet and savory crepes from Hometown Crepes.

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