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June 21, 2012 (San Diego)--The Taste of Little Saigon was created to showcase the many businesses in the newly established Little Saigon District, specifically the wide array of restaurants offering authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
This event, held Saturday June 23 from 1-5 p.m. on El Cajon Boulevard will also include performances from local singers and live painting by San Diego artist Leah Younker who paints urban landscapes of El Cajon Boulevard.
After paying the cost of admission ($15 pre-sale, $18 day-of), patrons will have the opportunity to go on a guided tour highlighting history of the neighborhood, and discover a variety of Vietnamese cuisine from nine participating restaurants. The restaurants that are participating in this event include Maxims Seafood, A Chau, Song Huong Food to Go, Pho King, Hoai Hue, Minh Hoa Supermarket, Thuan Kieu, Cali Baguette, and Vinh Long Food to Go.

  The event will take place on El Cajon Boulevard from 1:00pm to 5:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for pre-sale at Hoai Hue restaurant (4660 El Cajon Boulevard, Suite 102). 

The Taste of Little Saigon is an event designed by the Little Saigon Foundation and the El Cajon Boulevard BIA to promote local Vietnamese food and culture.

Savor the flavors of Vietnamese cuisine from the Little Saigon district of San Diego!


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