Brunch Party Rocks Caffe Boa, Starting Saturday

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I can't help but notice when a press release pimps something that will "usher in a new era of day drinking".

As if I wasn't already a fan of weekend brunches (mimosas, yes!), and of Tempe's Caffe Boa, the joint's going to get a little (or maybe a lot) crazier this weekend, with the launch of a new Saturday "brunch party" called INDULJ.

Party promoter Brendan Medugno is bringing in DJs, circus performers, belly dancers, and who knows what else, to keep revelers entertained. They're promising red velvet ropes, a dancefloor, and "dancing on the tables," even.

Along with the restaurant's regular brunch menu, there will be specials such as fresh oysters and caviar, as well as bottomless mimosas for $18. If you really want to be a high roller, there will be champagne bottle service as well.

The shindig runs from noon to 5 p.m., and admission is free.


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