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Bar Bodega Update

Bar Bodega Update

Bar Bodega - 101 Ghuznee Street - 384 8212

Ginger Brown & Svelte - Friday 6 October

Vorn, The Undercurrents & Gasoline Cowboy - Saturday 7 October

* Bodega - Best Music Venue * Sally - Best Bar Maid
In the Best of Wellington survey Bodega was again voted best music venue and Sally was voted best bar maid. Check out the Capital Times for all of the survey results including best cafe, restaurant, band, pick up spot, fish n chips etc.

Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament (Room 101) Beginning Thursday 9 November - 7pm

TheNational Pub Poker League is an entertainment organization that provides "Free" Texas Hold'em Tournaments for players around the World. The Australasian winner goes to Vegas to play in the Poker Dome live on FOX SPORTS with the chance to win a $1,000,000 cash prize.

Rock n Roll Club - Ricky Boyd and The Boomshack Band – Saturday 6 December
Featuring a star studded Wellington line-up including Ricky Boyd, Connan Hosford, Samuel Flynn Scott, Lisa Tomlins and more. Check out a Boomshack video featuring Sam Scott singing Ray Charles "I Got A Woman".

Hand Drawn Ales – Available from 4pm daily
Currently we have Wellington's only hand drawn ales featuring Tuatara IPA & Cock 'n' Bull Fuggles

Room 101 for Functions - Friendly Service - Catering - Private
Perfect for 30 to 100 guests. Catering is available as well as a range of entertainment options.


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