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Sushi Garden Transitions Restaurants to Takeout and Delivery Amidst City Mandated Closures


Due to the recent city mandated closures of all restaurants by Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, local staples like Sushi Garden have had to adjust to takeout and delivery services. Effective March 18, Sushi Garden has closed both locations to dine-in guests and began offering takeout and delivery of menu items along with beer wine and sake.


“Sushi Garden’s number one priority is the safety and health of our customers and employees,” said Sushi Garden owner Chun Kim. “Cleanliness has always been important at Sushi Garden and we screen our employees before their shift and have been using a peroxide based disinfectant for the last several years.”

Sushi Garden has decided to use existing staff for delivery services, keeping current employees working and earning a paycheck. Customers can visit sushigarden.com to place an order.

Sushi Garden is currently open for curbside pickup and delivery at the Broadway location and they are open for takeout at our Foothills Mall location. They are working quickly to implement online ordering for curbside pickup and delivery for the Foothills Mall location.


Sushi Garden’s liquor license also allows the Broadway restaurant to include wine, beer and sake with any takeout or delivery order, provided the person ordering is 21+ with a valid ID.

“Offering sake, beer and wine with Sushi allows for customers to have a more complete sushi bar dining experience in the comfort of their own home,” said Chun.

Chun finished with, “we want to thank our employees and customers during this time for sticking with us. Tucson has already seen a groundswell of support for local businesses during this time and we are proud to be a part of this tight-knit community.

For more info: http://www.sushigarden.com/