Dining Guide: Giorgio’s

08/10/2011 1:04 PM |

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | From left: Maitre d'/manager Brian Wendelken, executive chef Mike Slovitsky and sous chef Bryan Wadlo in the banquet room.

Owner(s): George Regini Sr. and George Regini Jr.
Year established: 1994
Location: 100 Fox Hill Drive Baiting Hollow
Phone: 631-727-0076
Attire: By event, from casual to well-dressed
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Hours: Office open daily 10 a.m.-7 p.m., event times vary.
Web site: giorgiosli.com

Giorgio’s in Baiting Hollow was established by father and son George Regini Sr. and Jr. in 1994, and is still owner-operated today. Georgio’s specializes in weddings and other catered affairs such as birthday and anniversary parties, dances, bridal and baby showers, bar and bat mitzvahs, birthdays, family reunions, holiday gatherings, rehearsal dinners, charitable events and Sunday brunch.

Guests enter the facility through a sumptuous foyer with crystal chandeliers, mahogany woodwork and a grand piano. The banquet rooms feature elegant decor and views of the golf course and gardens, offering picturesque photo opportunities. Whether there are 50 or 500 guests, Giorgio’s offers all the amenities needed to create a memorable event.

A new courtyard was built in 2010 and features a North Fork-style vineyard, stone fountain and outdoor wet bar, giving guests the option of an outdoor cocktail hour.

Theme parties are fun at Giorgio’s, and from a ‘50s sock hop to a Vegas-style casino, the ballrooms can be decorated to match the theme of any party, with decorations, napkins, tablecloths and more to match and compliment the color scheme. The spacious dance floor provides room for guests to mingle comfortably and have a great time, and be assured that Giorgio’s will take care of all the details.

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