Nox Kitchen & Cocktails, located at 6370 North Campbell Avenue, will close permanently Monday, October 5, and undergo renovations to prepare for reopening as Goodness Fresh Food & Juice Bar by November 1.
Nox made the announcement official via Facebook on Sunday.
According to the post, this third Goodness location will also feature full-service dinner. Although this is the third location for Goodness, it is only the second location currently open. Goodness’s original second location, on the ground floor of the Hub student housing complex, closed in June 2015, six months after opening.
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“The new location will be just like the Campbell location during breakfast and lunch,” said Brandon Katz, who co-owns Goodness and OBON Sushi + Bar + Ramen, “but become a casual full service spot for dinner. We’ll feature half the daytime menu and additions of farm to table and locally sourced entrees along with shared plates.”
In addition to the new location, there are also plans for an east side Goodness, as well.
The Nox Facebook post in it’s entirety:
BREAKING: Nox Kitchen & Cocktails to Close Doors, Will Reopen as Newest Goodness Location // Starting Monday, Nox will close for renovations and will reopen its doors as the newest Goodness Tucson Fresh Food & Juice Bar! Like the original, this new location will serve only the freshest food and juices, but will up the ante with a full-service dinner experience! Renovations are planned to take just a few short weeks with a grand opening planned for the end of the month. Although it is sad to say goodbye to Nox, we are excited to be expanding our sister restaurant concept. Mark your calendars ?#?Tucsonians? and whet your appetite — we’re bringing Goodness to the Foothills! ?#?spreadgoodness? ?#?goodnesssfresh? ?#?goodnessnorth?
For more information, keep up with Goodness Fresh Food & Juice Bar on Facebook.