Georgie’s hosts “Dine Out for Samaritan House”

Steve and Christie Walker enjoy appetizers at Georgie’s Beachside Grill. Georgie’s will host Dine Out for Samaritan House Wednesday, Dec. 4, contributing 15 percent of proceeds to the homeless family shelter. (Courtesy photo)Steve and Christie Walker enjoy appetizers at Georgie’s Beachside Grill. Georgie’s will host Dine Out for Samaritan House Wednesday, Dec. 4, contributing 15 percent of proceeds to the homeless family shelter. (Courtesy photo)

Georgie’s Beachside Grill will host the Dec. 4 “Dine Out for Samaritan House.” The restaurant, renowned for spectacular ocean views, will donate 15 percent of the day’s profits to help support Samaritan House, a shelter for homeless families with children.

Situated with the dramatic backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, Georgie’s Beachside Grill presents the finest authentic northwest coast cuisine. Halibut, salmon, Yaquina Bay oysters, crab and seafood samplers are just a few of the specialty items highlighted on Georgie’s menu. 
Georgie’s also offers a selection of high-quality beef, broiled to perfection using a unique ceramic radiant cooking method, ensuring the most flavorful, tender and juicy steaks available. 

For lunch, try the famous ale-battered fish and chips or the local favorite “Diablo Seafood Pasta” with rock shrimp, crabmeat, salmon and scallops tossed in a spicy three-cheese cream sauce, served with fettuccini noodles. 
Well-known for being family-friendly, they’re proud to offer the most expansive children’s menu in the area. Awarded with each child’s menu is “Georgie’s Treasure Money,” granting a trip to the treasure chest and choice of prize.

Samaritan House has been providing homeless families in Lincoln County with safe shelter and assistance in transitioning to self-sufficiency since 1988. Comprehensive case management and educational programming surround the residents with a supportive and sympathetic atmosphere where they can learn the necessary skills to be independent. For more information, visit www.samfamshelter.org or call 541-574-8898.

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