Monday – Friday: 11am – 9pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 9pm
Open for breakfast on weekends!
No Surcharge on Public Holidays
CBK Craft Bar & Kitchen
Maritime Building – Paihia Waterfront
Give the gift of good times. Pop in and see us, give us a call or purchase online…
CBK Craft Bar & Kitchen have taken inspiration from various corners of the world to take you on a tasting journey around Aotearoa New Zealand, the Pacific Rim, Asia with a few side trips on the way.
We have also integrated the Stonegrill Experience into our menu as the perfect complement to our extensive craft beer and beverage range.
FUNCTIONS & EVENTS
Need a great venue for a business/corporate event, party or social function? Our Venue is perfect for any occasion no matter how big or small!
We can cater for large private functions, to small intimate dinners. Celebrations, Birthdays, work parties or business events.
We can cater to any needs and dietary requirements, we do some amazing street food sharing platter, can organise set menus or create you a bespoke package! If there is something special on our menu that you would like, let us know, and we will do our best to make it happen for you!
Well sited on the inner reaches of the Bay of Islands, Paihia has a rich history. The Church Missionary Society established a mission in 1823, and set up New Zealand’s first printing press in 1835. The mission closed in 1850 and by 1890 there were a mere handful of houses and a church in the settlement. The holiday town dates from the 1930s. The restored Treaty House at nearby Waitangi was an attraction, and a road built from Ōpua made the town much easier to reach from the south.
Meaning of the place name ‘Paihia’: The popular belief is that when selecting a locality for a CMS mission station, the Rev. Henry Williams was impressed by the tranquil bay and exclaimed in a mixture of Maori and English, ‘Pai here!’, meaning ‘Good here’. This explanation seems too good to be true. Originally called Marsdens Vale.