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Metro Brasserie Celebrates New Year with $20.10 Menu

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Metro Brasserie, the SouthBridge eatery that brings Parisian flair via the Big Easy to Old Town Scottsdale, just announced a meal deal for 2010 with an easy-to-remember price: two courses for $20.10.

The two-course special is available after 5 p.m., through January 7.

What will $20.10 get you?

For the first course, your choice of onion soup gratin, frisee au lardons, iceberg salad, country pate, or Alsatian onion tart. Options for course two include roast chicken, the insanely good Brasserie burger, saucisson, rainbow trout, or a duo of braised pork cheeks and pork belly.

Call 480-994-3663 for reservations.

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