Giorgios Restaurant

Armadale, Melbourne

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Event Description

In the bustling village on High St, Armadale (opposite the Malvern Town Hall), Giorgios has been the place to dine with friends for over 30 years. Family owned and run, we have a proud history of looking after our customers as family. Enjoy eclectic dining from steak to pizza, in a modern space with expansive high ceilings and beautiful interiors.

EVENT LOCATION

Giorgios Restaurant

1235 High Street

Armadale, Melbourne

WHEN

Saturday, 17 February 24

AGE

60+ year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

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EVENT LOCATION

Giorgios Restaurant

1235 High Street

Armadale, Melbourne


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