Ciao Cielo

Port Melbourne, Melbourne

Event Description

Located in the old Port Melbourne Courthouse, Ciao Cielo is a contemporary Italian restaurant serving up house made pasta and a range of delicate and delicious dishes, in the surrounds of a beautiful classical heritage building. Join us by the fire for a beautiful Italian meal with new friends.

EVENT LOCATION

Ciao Cielo

115 Bay Street

Port Melbourne, Melbourne

WHEN

Saturday, 20 July 24

AGE

65+ year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

NEED TO CANCEL AFTER REGISTERING?

Get in touch ASAP. Late cancellations and non-attendance will still incur a booking fee payment of $39.

EVENT LOCATION

Ciao Cielo

115 Bay Street

Port Melbourne, Melbourne


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