Le­gend for fine food

Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

Wanaka is priv­i­leged to be the home of the 21st Lone Star restau­rant in the town which is rated as one of the most pic­turesque places in the world, the heart of the South­ern Lakes, the gate­way to Mt. Aspir­ing Na­tional Park, and the des­ti­na­tion for ski­ing en­thu­si­asts from New Zealand and across the world The Lone Star in Wanaka has been a force to con­tend with since it opened its doors on 1st De­cem­ber 2009 and has grad­u­ally es­tab­lished it­self as a ’le­gend’ for fine food, en­ter­tain­ment and all-in-all a ’great ex­pe­ri­ence’ for lo­cals and tourists to en­joy. Sur­rounded by moun­tains and nes­tled be­side a rock­climb­ing wall at 50 Cardrona Valley Road, the Lone Star Wanaka cuts an im­pos­ing, dra­matic fig­ure, none more so than af­ter dark when its spec­tac­u­lar light­ing ren­ders it a sight to be­hold. It is one of the most aes­thet­i­cally im­pres­sive Lone Stars to date. Sit­u­ated a mere 3 minute drive from Wanaka town­ship, the Lone Star is a su­perb ex­pe­ri­ence which can cater for a va­ri­ety of needs. The down­stairs restau­rant can com­fort­ably seat 80 guests, while up­stairs is their ’piece de re­sis­tance’the Sum­mit Bar and Lounge - two en­tic­ing func­tion rooms just wait­ing to wel­come skiers af­ter a fun-filled ac­tion-packed day on the slopes. The view from the up­stairs bal­cony off the Sum­mit Bar is breath­tak­ing - en­joy the sunny deck and em­brace the warm­ing fire of the out­door en­ter­tain­ment area where an ’old mout’ hot berry cider can be a tasty treat af­ter a day’s ski­ing. Or sip this con­tent­edly in the Sum­mit Lounge where a big screen TV and a free pool ta­ble pro­vide ad­di­tional en­ter­tain­ment dur­ing your apre`s ski re­lax­ation time. A cour­tesy coach is avail­able to col­lect your group and then de­posit you safely home at the con­clu­sion of your evening. The Lone Star restau­rant in Wanaka has to be seen to be be­lieved. Open for din­ner seven days a week, the Lone Star of­fers some­thing for ev­ery­one and looks for­ward to the plea­sure of your com­pany soon.

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