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March 9, 2021

Endless summer seafood feast at Ballina RSL

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Join executive chef Blake Seymour as he presents an endless summer seafood feast on Friday 2 March from 6pm at the Ballina RSL Club. The evening starts with a complimentary drink on arrival and Oyster Bar, then dinner is served as several courses with Ballina prawns, chili salt squid, XO clams, Morton Bay bugs and more!

Blake’s Table is just $69 per person and includes several grazing-style courses, dessert and a drink on arrival.

More info: Bookings are essential on 6681 9500 or via the website www.ballinarsl.com.au.


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