Friday: The Living Room Opens in CenPho

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Just in time for the weekend, there's a brand-new wine bar to check out.

As I reported earlier, The Living Room, opening Friday, is the CenPho location of a concept that first opened in Chandler. The people running it have an established track record of opening groovy hangouts, including the Humble Pie pizzerias, 5th and Wine in Old Town, and Rancho Pinot.

It'll be a welcome breath of fresh air for the corner of 7th Street and Sheridan, where it used to be Phoenix's only Belgian restaurant, Trente-Cinq 35. It's been empty for more than a year.

Check out The Living Room from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, at 2333 N. 7th St.

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