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THE EVENT: Whether it's a birthday,
corporate meeting or after-work drinks,
if you want intimacy, sophistication and
modern fare, The George is a top choice.
THE LOCATION: The George is right
in the heart of the CBD on St Georges
THE FACILITIES: There are several
areas to choose from including the a la
carte restaurant, the Fireplace Lounge,
the main bar area, the London Room --
complete with conference capabilities --
and the Courtyard with barbecue and for
something a little different, an on-site chef.
THE NUMBERS: The restaurant seats 45
people a la carte or 70 for a function, while
the London Room and courtyard area
holds 60 seated or up to 120 standing.
THE FOOD: Head Chef Brad Hatfield
changes the menu regularly to make the
most out of fresh, seasonal produce. He
creates upmarket and modern Australian
THE BEVERAGES: The George's
handpicked wine list complements the
food menu perfectly and more than 50
local and imported beers are available
on tap or by the bottle.
THE COMPANY: Owners John Ahern and
Steve Garcia brought their Melbourne flair
and experience as restaurateurs to Perth's
much talked-about venue, The George.
They sourced two of Perth's top hospitality
aficionados, Caroline Watson, former
Venue Manager at (A)LURE Burswood,
and Head Chef Brad Hatfield, whose
background includes six years as Executive
Chef at the Rydges Hotel and a stint at the
216 St Georges Terrace, Perth
PHONE: (08) 6161 6662 FAX: (08) 6161 6695
The earthy tones and dim lighting add
warmth and cosiness to The George.
Located on St Georges Terrace in the city, this intimate
bar and restaurant oozes as much style and sophistication
as its Melbourne counterparts
Lavish furnishings with modern
touches make The George as
elegant as it is inviting.
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