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Central Bistro Celebrates the Waste Management Open With a Brunch and Bus Package

When one door closes another one opens -- fortunately for you, you can stumble through both on Sunday, February 3.

As the Waste Management Phoenix Open marks its last day, Phoenix's Central Bistro will be unveiling a brand new brunch menu. To celebrate, the restaurant specializing in modern French and Italian fare will be offering a special Brunch and Bus package.

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For $40 per person, plus tax and gratuity, you can receive your choice of one Central Bistro brunch entree, bottomless mimosas, and round-trip transportation between the restaurant and the Waste Management Open.

To accommodate the event and its day-drinking patrons, Central Bistro will be opening its doors at 9 a.m., giving guests an hour and half to brunch and booze before climbing aboard a double-decker Real London Bus at 10:30.

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Return trips to the restaurant are scheduled for 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. giving you all day to sling drinks, spectate, and do whatever else it is you do to make watching golf exciting.

For more information or to make a reservation for the Brunch and Bus package contact Central Bistro at 602-264-2655 or by e-mailing rsvp@mmprmarketing.com.

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