Business diners, corporate customers and anyone looking for a solid, yet efficient, workday meal are invited to try the new “Power Lunch” at Central Bistro, 3160 E. Camelback Road

Coined by Esquire reporter Lee Eisenberg in 1979, the Power Lunch is where important business-related discussions and decisions are executed. With the Power Lunch, efficiency and productivity is key and a narrow menu can help any executive get down to brass tacks.

For $16 per person, guests can effectively fuel up with a small soup or salad, a chef’s daily entrée, and a homemade chocolate chip cookie. With two soups, nine salads and an array of daily entrees, there’s power in the possibilities.

The Power Lunch is available during lunch service, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 480-646-8560 or visit


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