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Final Week of BIG little City’s Auckland Restaurant Month

MEDIA ALERT 21 August 2012

GET IN QUICK - Final Week of BIG little City’s Auckland Restaurant Month Events!

Spanish Market
Sunday 26th August
Time: 1:00 – 5:00pm
With authentic Spanish flair and an abundance of delicious food to sample, the Spanish Market is the place to visit this Sunday. Paella, Churros and Chorizo to taste, and a bar to compliment your every liquid request. Put this in your diary, and make Spain your date this weekend.
Cost: Free
A Taste of Federal Street at dine by Peter Gordon, with Peter Gordon, AL Brown and Sean Connolly
Wednesday 29th August
Time: 6:30pm

Enjoy ‘A Taste of Federal Street’ as you kick back to a fabulous combination of sumptuous cuisine, top chefs Peter Gordon, Al Brown and Sean Connolly in the welcoming dine by Peter Gordon restaurant. Experience a three course meal, canapés and wine to dream for at this not-to-be-missed cuisine event.

Cost: $250 per ticket
Tickets: SOLD OUT

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party - Clooney’s, La Zeppa and Libertine
Thursday 30th August
Time: 6:00pm
Kick up your heels and hats at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Expect whimsical delights and entertaining surprises as Auckland Restaurant Month wraps up in style. With cocktails and canapés a-plenty, the Victoria Park Market Trio, Clooney, La Zeppa and the Libertine, will take you on a wondrous journey of this happening precinct. Make sure you dress the part, as you indulge in an array of epicurean sensations.
Cost: $140 per person
Tickets: Contact Chrystal on 09 529 9177 or for bookings


For a full list of restaurants on board for Auckland Restaurant Month 2012 head to


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