It’s Saturday! And we’re bringing back Satur-date night 🎉
Which means this is your chance to win a dinner for two tonight on us, all you need to do is..
•be following our page
•share this to your story
•tag a friend - each new tag is an extra entry
We love nothing more than to see our courtyard full of people enjoying a wine or craft beer and soaking up the sun.
Which is why we have 5x sharing platters with a selection of our street food to give away for tomorrow afternoon! Head over to our Facebook for your chance to win 😁...
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!
Largest urban centre and city in Bay of Plenty, 107 km east of Hamilton. Tauranga dates from the establishment of a Church Missionary Society mission at Te Papa, as it was then known, in the 1830s. During the wars of the 1860s the government established two redoubts (fortifications) there. The original mission house, The Elms, still stands, as do the remains of the Monmouth redoubt. From the 1910s, as dairying developed in neighbouring districts, the population grew. Growth was further fostered in the later twentieth century by horticulture – in particular kiwifruit growing – in surrounding districts and by the lifestyle appeal of the town.
Meaning of the place name ‘Tauranga’: Lit: sheltered anchorage, or Landing place for canoes.