Waiheke Marketplace : January 26th 2010
35 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JANUARY 26, 2011 EVENTS Vine and dine... Advertise your SUMMER menu with us – call Gail on 372 9231 MAN O’ WAR WAIHEKE ISLAND NEW ZEALAND WINE Cellar Door FREE Wine Tastings, Bottle Sales, Honey & Oil, discounted Gift Packs ready to go! Come & Try our new releases at our panoramic beachfront Cellar Door at Man O’ War Bay Pack a picnic, do the loop, go swimming & get a shady park right next to the beach! Hours: Open 7 days Mon- Sun Ph 09 372 9678 www.manowarvineyards.co .nz The Cellar Door Experience Open Daily11am-4pm Labour Weekend to Easter Te Makiri Rd (off Seaview Rd) Onetangi Ph 372 6100 Charlie Farley’s Restaurant & Bar on the Beach 21 The Strand, Onetangi Beach - 09 372 4106 Summer rolls on at Onetangi. Coming soon... Dj Glen Soulo - February 5 8pm - no cover charge. Restaurant & Wine Tasting SUMMER HOURS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK (LUNCH) THURS - SAT ( DINNER) 6.30PM – 11PM BOOKINGS ADVISABLE 218 Te Whau Drive Ph: 372 7191 www.tewhau.com “New Zealand’s Top Restaurant Spot” (Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine Oct 07) Food Wine Views 153 Oceanview Rd, Oneroa, Waiheke Island Phone +649 372 9888 www.vinovino.co .nz Enjoy - Indulge - Relax Cafe Open 7 days All Day Menu Serving the legendary Miller’s Coffee Available for Functions & Groups 372 33 44 “Now We’re Open Longer!” Catering – Takeaways Open Lunch 12-2pmWedtoFri Dinner 6pm-9pmWedtoSat FREECALL: 0800 372 200 FREE LOCAL CALL: 09 372 6643 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.waiheketransport.co.nz vine&dineonwaiheke Ridgeview Estate at the Airfield 26 - 30 January 2011 Wednesday 26 January 2011 – 8 .45pm M–80min The Hopes and Dreams of Gazza Snell NZ 2010 Drama Directed by Brendan Donovan with William McInnes, Robyn Malcolm, Mia Blake Fantastic, compelling, funny, captivating movie which captures the essence of the East Auckland suburb of Howick ... the dreams, the ignorant racism, the generational clashes and the price of ego. An entertaining movie that stays with the viewer for days after. Friday 28 January 2011 – 8.45pm M–148min Inception USA/UK 2010 Action/Crime Directed by Christopher Nolan with Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt Dom Cobb is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible-inception. “A classic-in-waiting that will keep you guessing and thinking while you pick your jaw up off the floor.” – The Standard Thursday 27 January 2011 – 8.45pm M–146min Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (part 1) UK / USA 2010 Fantasy Directed by David Yates with Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint Voldemort’s power is growing stronger. He now has control over the Ministry of Magic and Hogwarts. Harry, Ron, and Hermione decide to finish Dumbledore’s work and find the rest of the Horcruxes to defeat the Dark Lord Saturday 29 January 2011 – 8 .45pm PG–95min Megamind USA 2010 Animation / Family Directed by Tom McGrath with the voices of Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey After super-villain Megamind kills his good-guy nemesis, Metro Man, he becomes bored since there is no one left to fight. He creates a new foe, Titan, who, instead of using his powers for good, sets out to destroy the world, positioning Megamind to save the day for the first time in his life. Sunday 30 January 2011 – 8.45pm PG–104min Oceans FRA/SWI–2009 Doco/Drama Directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, narrated by Pierce Brosnan First, if you want to watch a movie featuring incredible cinematography, this is the movie to watch. An ecological drama/documentary, filmed throughout the globe. Part thriller, part meditation on the vanishing wonders of the sub- aquatic world. This movie is a definite must-see for children of all ages. Door opens 7.30pm. Cash only - Adults $12; Seniors/Students $10; Kids under 12 yrs $6; Family Pass $32 (2 Adults / 2 Kids). Bring your own rugs, deckchairs, beanbags, etc. Shows run in any weather, except storm. Food & Drinks: Steak burgers, Hot Dogs, soft drinks, coffee, wine and beer available at the venue. No BYO Alcohol please. Classic day out Beautifully turned out: A shining example at last year’s Show and Shine. By GILL ALCOCK The gleaming classic cars of the National Street Rod Association will be joining the Wai- heke Rod and Custom Club for the annual Show and Shine at the Sports Club on the Causeway this Sunday. Keen car enthusiasts and Top Gear aficionado will enjoy peering under the bonnets and checking out the inter- iors of the over 70 cars lined up across the playing field. Fans of the two-wheel forms of transport can view a selection of motorbikes also expected to be on show. Show and Shine will involve lots of live music including guest band The Cover Up and food stalls selling everything from snow cones to pizzas. Along with the array of shiny vehicles on dis- play, a bouncy castle, human fly wall, boxing bounce and pony rides will keep the little ones entertained. The fun takes place from 10am to 6pm with live music starting at 1pm. Entry is by gold coin donation. For those who don’t want the fun to stop, Uknown Peace will be playing inside the sports club from 6pm – entry is $10. The event is a fundraiser for all junior forms of sport on Wai- heke so watch out for little Rams and Dolphins armed with buckets collecting small change. Organiser Matt Atiga says proceeds will be shared among all clubs. ‘‘If there is a club we are unaware of, let us know by leaving a mess- age on our answerphone 372-7350,’’ he says. Blog offers wine comment Wine enthusiasts and collectors now have a blog where they can debate, contest, expose and clarify wine myths, realities and mispercep- tions. Destiny Bay Vineyards has launched the wine blog The Winegaggle, so wine enthusiasts can dis- cuss and review and ‘‘bring balance to the glo- bal dialogue on wine and the wine industry,’’ Mark L Feldman, US importer of Destiny Bay Wine says. Destiny Bay founder Mike Spratt says The Winegaggle is intended to expose contradictions and to challenge widely- held perceptions. ‘‘An objective is to set the record straight and let artisan winemaker views rise above the marketing din from industrial producers of factory wine.’’ Visit www.winegaggle. com.
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