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11-18-2009, 06:24 PM
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Tempe, AZ
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Wow Sinurgy I couldn't possibly thank you enough for all that info. You just made things much easier for me! Just a couple of follow ups, can you buy the all you can eat tickets in person the day of the game, or is this an online only special? As of now the seats that come up are the opposite end of where I want to sit and you're given no choice.
As for Bianco, how early do people start lining up to get a table there?
I've actually been to the Keg in Toronto and Niagara Falls, so it's funny you mention them.
You're welcome! Just do me a favor and secretly route for the poor Yotes when ya can!
It's very likely you can buy tickets the day of the game but since you're coming all the way out here on vacation I would not take the chance on something going wrong. Since you can't get your seats online, just call a ticket rep (480-563-puck) and order through them. They will be able to assist you in getting the section of your choice.
It of course varies but generally people start lining up for Pizzeria Bianco a little before it opens which is at 5pm (fyi it's closed on Mondays). It will of course be more crowded on the weekends. There is a small wine bar owned by the same people right next door that you can chill at while you wait for your name to be called. There are also tables outside between the two places where you can relax. Basically they know you'll be waiting a long time and try to at least make it bearable. One thing to consider, if you have 6 or more people in your party, you can make reservations.
Oh and I realized that I skipped your original weather in January question. In a nutshell there are few places in the US that will rival Phoenix weather in January. It will be sunny during the day and unless you're out till the wee hours of the morning, you're unlikely to see any temps below 50 degrees, maybe even 60 degrees.
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