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Delicious dinner at Kerikeri Mission

Published: Fri 2 Aug 2013 11:30 AM
Delicious dinner at Kerikeri Mission
Hungry for something a little different?
The Kerikeri Mission Station is hosting a delicious heritage dinner at the gorgeous Honey House café.
The menu is inspired by missionary wife, Marianne Williams’ “first dinner on the shores of New Zealand”, which she enjoyed in August 1823 in the dining room of Kemp House.
Local seasonal produce features in the four-course dinner with wine included in the ticket price. Dine by candlelight in front of the fire while a special guest provides entertainment between courses. And for those who enjoy a tipple after dinner, specialty drinks are available for purchase.
The evening begins at 6pm on Saturday 31 August in Kemp House, with a tour of the dining room, before a pre-dinner drink is served. Dinner will then follow in the Honey House. Seating is limited for this unique event. Tickets cost $75 per person and are available now at the Stone Store.
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