One locally owned eatery and two chain restaurants are coming to Oro Valley Marketplace, a shopping center on the corner of Tangerine and Oracle roads.
Harvest Moon, a Chinese restaurant that our food reviewer really enjoyed, is moving from 12985 N. Oracle Road to the shopping center. Quincy Zhang, who opened the restaurant back in 1999 with his wife, Wanda Zhang, said the new spot is twice as big as the current location.
“Better service, better location; same prices, same menu,” Zhang said.
In-N-Out Burger is also opening a location at the shopping center. Carl Van Fleet, vice president of planning and marketing for the California-based company, said via e-mail that the location is expected to open in June. The In-N-Out location under construction at the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Kolb Road is also scheduled to open in June, according to the e-mail.
Finally, the Explorer newspaper reports that a Keg Steakhouse and Bar is opening at the shopping center. We called the restaurant’s corporate office to see when the location was expected to open, but a spokesperson was not available for comment.
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