Miss Saigon is on the move! The locally-owned Vietnamese restaurant that’s located near the Ronstadt Center bus station at 47 N. Sixth Ave. is moving to 88 E. Broadway.
This is the empty space on the ground floor of the Tucson Electric Power (TEP) building and the former MiAn Sushi & Modern Asian Cuisine spot, which closed back in 2019.
The current spot on Sixth Avenue will remain open until February 2024 and the team is hoping to have the new location on Broadway open by March. The menu stay intact, too, and some dining specials will be added at the new location.
The Rio Nuevo Board is helping Miss Saigon with the move and remodel of the new space, and they’re also taking over the remainder of the lease at Sixth Avenue until a new tenant moves in.
Miss Saigon will be closing its 47 N. Sixth Ave. location by February to move into its new space at 88 E. Broadway Blvd. in March (dates subject to change). The restaurant has two other locations at 1072 N. Campbell Ave. and 250 S. Craycroft Rd.
For more information, visit misssaigontucson.com.
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