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New Pre-theatre Dining Venue Opens at The Civic

New Pre-theatre Dining Venue Opens at The Civic

Why just see the show when you can make a meal of it?

THE EDGE® announces the opening of The Civic Grand Dining – a restaurant serving pre-theatre meals in the grand surrounds of The Civic.

Start your evening in style at The Civic Grand Dining at The Civic, THE EDGE®

The Civic Grand Dining will open for the season of MAMMA MIA! from 5 March to 29 May, Tuesday to Saturday.

“The Civic Grand Dining will offer world class cuisine from leading Auckland caterers Austin’s Food Design Events in a gorgeous setting where theatregoers can enjoy a meal and be certain that they will make it to the theatre before the curtain rises,” says THE EDGE® sales and marketing director Grace Tsang.

The Civic Grand Dining meal costs $55 and includes a glass of bubbly on arrival, plus a two course meal (entrée/main or main/dessert), coffee and petit fours. The menu will include three options for each of the three courses and a special children’s menu is available for $20 (children 12 and under).

Bookings for The Civic Grand Dining will be taken from 1 December and can be made by phoning 09 307 5039 or emailing or online at

THE EDGE® expects The Civic Grand Dining to be opened during long-run seasons in The Civic.

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