Take a break from a diet and settle in for some rich Italian dishes with a visit to Giorgio’s Italian Restaurant. This decadent eatery, which is located in the heart of the Monkey Junction area, has a full menu that’s stuffed with all the Italian favorites, as well as a few more casual or creative selections, which are all perfectly suited for ravenous patrons.

The lunch and dinner menus are both very thorough, and extend for roughly 4-5 pages, respectively. Divided into appetizers, salads, Italian favorites, classic Italian dishes, “from the grill” entrees, seafood, pizza, and even special dietary restrictions selections, Italian food fans are sure to find a dish or two that suits their particular craving. Lunchtime patrons will also be treated to a selection of Paninis and calzones, while dinner patrons can feast on big entrees of rib eyes, Ahi tuna, or Porterhouse Pork Chop Gorgonzola. For something traditional, opt for the pasta and sauces, which includes a selection of seven pastas, (like spinach tortellini or gnocchi), and a selection of nine sauces (like tomato cream, Puttanesca, marinara, and pesto.) All of the big dishes are delightfully filling, and are sure to satisfy the hungriest Italian food fan.

  • Monday4:30pm-9:30pm
  • Tuesday11:00am-9:30pm
  • Wednesday11:00am-9:30pm
  • Thursday11:00am-9:30pm
  • Friday11:00am-10:30pm
  • Saturday12:00pm-10:30pm
  • Sunday11:00am-9:30pm
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