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Biltmore's Central Bistro Announces Grand Opening Date (We've Got the Happy Hour Menu)

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The construction is finally finished in the former home of Zen32, at 32nd Street and Camelback Road, in the Biltmore Neighborhood. And at 5 p.m., Sunday, November 4, Central Bistro, the modern restaurant featuring flavors from Italy, France, and Spain, opens its doors after nearly nine months of remodeling and renovations.

See also: Here's an Update on Central Bistro, the New Italian/French Restaurant Coming to Camelback

Details on Central Bistro, from German Osio and chef Andrea Volpi, who also own Local Bistro in North Scottsdale, can be found via the above link. Looking for the lunch, dinner, and wine menus? You'll want to check out the restaurant's website.

All you happy hour and dessert fans, follow me.

Want to give the new Central Bistro a happy hour trial run? Happy hours are daily from 2 to 6 p.m. with reverse happy hours happening Monday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Drinks will be at special prices and guests can enjoy food from the happy hour menu:

Sweet tooth? Here's the dessert menu from executive pastry chef Kristen Salinas. Dessert drinks, wines, and digestifs are also available.:


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