(Photo courtesy of Seis Kitchen)

Seis Kitchen to Open a Fourth Location Named ‘Seis Cuatro’ in 2025


May 14, 2024
By Matt Sterner

Chances are you’ve seen the long line that forms at the Mercado San Agustin location or grabbed a bite at the other two locations on River Road and/or Oracle Road. Now, Seis Kitchen has a fourth location in the works: Seis Cuatro.

The new location is coming to the east side at La Plaza Shoppes, which is behind Sakura at 6530 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #110 and near Zio Peppe and Cowpony

a bowl of food on a plate
Chilaquiles (Photo courtesy of Seis Kitchen)

“Tucson is so crazy supportive of our locally-owned concept and we are so incredibly grateful to this beautiful city and to be able to expand during these times,” said Erika.

The space was a retail shop in the past and the required renovations ought to be finished by early 2025 — when Erika and Jake Muñoz are hoping to open the doors to the public.

“Jake and I are blown away by the continued support over the years, from the food truck days to now expanding into our fourth spot,” Erika added.

The restaurant will have the same menu as the other three locations, which are well-known for their birria tacos and commitment to quality, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner being served all day (when they’re open). Erika and Jake make it a point to use only local or regional beef, sustainably sourced fish and seafood, and naturally raised/antibiotic-free poultry to name just a few.

They only use biodegradable and/or recyclable to-go and catering packaging, too. Check out our sustainable restaurant guide for some other local spots that make it a point to be “green.”

As mentioned earlier, they’re aiming to open Seis Cuatro in early 2025. Stay tuned for updates!

Seis Kitchen is located at 130 S. Avenida del Convento Ste. 100,1765 E. River Rd., and 9740 N. Oracle Rd. Seis Cuatro will be located at 6530 E. Tanque Verde Rd. #110. For more information, visit seiskitchen.com and follow Seis Kitchen on Instagram.

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