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Miss Sai GonWhat says “Albuquerque” more than a Vietnamese restaurant that throws Mexican dance parties on the weekend? Miss Sai Gon recently opened in the building formerly occupied by the Last Chance Saloon, on Central near Pennsylvania. Interior stonework, 11 flat screen TVs, a full bar and a big dance floor (complete with 18-inch disco ball) make this more than your typical pho outlet. The pan-fried noodles (#24) are fried into a pancake-like mass and served cut into rectangles. Oysters on the half-shell add a touch of the Pacific Northwest to the Viet-Mex ambience. The take-out menu has more options than the dine-in menu, so people don’t get overwhelmed, explained our server. (Alibi Staff, July 12, 2011)
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