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Bodega News - Friday 22 June

Bodega News - Friday 22 June

Next week I am on the road with local electro pop band Charlie Ash. They are performing five South Island shows as far south as Queenstown. Anyhow - back on track - pop in and try some of our winter warmers......

meatballs w/ penne pasta in spicy tomato sauce - $10 vegetarian pasta in mushroom sauce - $10 beef, chorizo & mushroom ragu w/ bread - $10

Publicans Dozen and Platter
Congratulations to Transpower for winning last week. To win this week email "Golden" in the subject line. Due to so many replies each week we now draw several runner ups................

Check out the womens - a work in progress!
Fraser has been busy sanding, sanding and even more sanding.................... People have been surprised when enquiring upon his whereabouts to be informed that Fraser is in the womens! It is a huge job removing the graffiti, cutting, gluing, painting and so forth................... and will be a fantastic improvement when completed shortly.

Dinner and Show - $30 - Quality music for the discerning audience.
July 13 - Bachelorette - Psychedelic / Electro / Folk
July 14 - Mon Ami - Folk / Rock / Pop
July 27 - The Haints of Dean Hall - Country / Alternative / Indie
July 27 - Richard Julian - USA (TBC)

All Black Breakfast $14 - All Blacks vs Pumas - This Sunday Open from 11am, come and watch the game on the big screen and order an All Black Breakfast of bacon, sausages, tomato, onion, mushroom, hash brown, eggs and toast. Otherwise we'll have $10 lunch specials.

The WBC "Hi-Fidelity Offbeat" Album Launch - Saturday 8 July
THE WBC are without a doubt one of the New Zealands top live acts and are the best band to party with. I will go outta my way to see 'em live at the nearest opportunity." - Chris Knox


Fraser, Tane, Jan, Cam, Sally, Gary, Dave, Ned, Steph, Rennie, Nick, Dani, Leifur and Kate

Next week:

T27 Oneader - $3 Drink Specials
W28 Malegra - Free Entry
Room 101: The Barley Shakes (Australasian Tour)

T29 Mantis de Mantis with OOS
F30 Jakob, No Funeral (USA) and Captain Sergeant Major

S1 African Dance Party - All tribes welcome


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