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Enjoy The Warmth And Shelter Of Elliott Stables

MEDIA RELEASE 8 MAY 2008

Enjoy The Warmth And Shelter Of Elliott Stables
Introducing New Arrivals and Live Entertainment on Thursdays

Auckland’s best inner-city gourmet food village, Elliott Stables, welcomes two new arrivals to join the premium boutique shops already in place.

Perfect for wet and windy days, Torchon Crêperie offers traditional French crêpes, with ingredients imported from France and an authentic French setting, not to mention the French team behind it. As previous owners of Bouchon, the renowned French eatery in Kingsland, this is the only slice of France in the inner city. No matter what time of day, there is a crêpe for every meal, from savoury, gluten free, to sweet, dessert crêpes.

The Kapiti Store, opening 20 May, will be a gourmet food lover’s heaven, filled with sensational tastes and smells. The expert staff will help you choose from a full range of stunning Kapiti cheeses, specialty breads, fruit pastes, spiced figs and olives - not to mention the premium Kapiti ice-cream and Bennet’s chocolates.

Torchon and Kapiti are just two of the quality, delectable options available at Elliott Stables, where you are guaranteed to find something to tempt your taste buds. Others include Reslau Café & Wine Bar, Samaurai Sushi, Sake & Stone Bowl, Leaf Salad, Aaah! Nourishing Tea, Artisan Wine Suppliers, Bruschetteria, Suri Florist, The Whisky Shop and Frankie’s Wurstburd (New Zealand’s first European Sausage House).

The inspiration behind the elegant eatery is businessman and local Auckland resident, Harry van Hoppe, who is delighted to welcome these two new restaurants into the Elliott Stables community.

“The strong identity and character of Elliott Stables is coming to life, offering guests an authentic and enjoyable experience. Our community offers something for everyone at anytime of day and now we have the bustle here, we are continually working on refining the atmosphere - adding a musical touch to Thursdays is just the start,” says Harry.

From 15th May, every Thursday evening Elliott Stables is bringing performance to dinners, with live musicians from 5.30pm till 8.30pm. Elliott Stables offers an ideal dining venue for pre-theatre drinks and meals with efficient service, convenient location, sophisticated atmosphere and a delicious array of options.

Keep an eye out for new arrivals, with more beautiful stores expected to open soon. Each shop at Elliott Stables is hand picked, guaranteeing it meets the quality expected by deserving Aucklanders and visitors alike.

So come in and shelter from the cooler weather and enjoy the warm, friendly atmosphere with an eclectic selection of food and drink at Elliott Stables.

ENDS

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