When the di Marcos made the move to Leicester, Giuseppe's closed down. However, it was later resurrected as the garish Indian restaurant imaginatively named The Argee Bhajee and even had it own stall on Bridge Street called The Argee Bhajee To Go. It was owned by and operated by the Masood family. It was closed when the roof collapsed on Syed Masood and other party guest, however, it was then re-opened but ultimately closed again due to debt issues.
In 17 March 2015 Masood went to the bank to arrange a bank loan to buy the lease of The Argee Bhajee but the bank would not give him the loan. The building has remained derelict for a few years as of 2018.
Prior to 1998 when they were knocked through for Giuseppe's Italian Restaurant they were two separate properties.
88 George Street
Hills' Hardware (1995/6-1997)
A hardware store owned and operated by Ted Hills.
Walford Furnishing Warehouse. (1997/8)
A home furnishing store. (Unknown Owners)
90 George Street
Kool for Kutz (1995)
Hair Salon co-owned by Della Alexander and Steve Elliott.
Barber's Shop (Unknown Name) (1995-1997)
Barber shop owned by Felix Kawalski.
By The Letter (1997)
Pet Parlour (1997/8)
A shop that gave pets a pedicure.
88-90 George Street
Giuseppe's (1998 - 2000)