Food fes­ti­val to sat­isfy all tastes


Wai­tangi Park in Welling­ton will be the place to sam­ple an in­cred­i­ble va­ri­ety of food, wine and beer next month - and Kapi-Mana News has the chance to win a dou­ble pass.

On March 10 and 11, the Welling­ton Wine and Food + Craft Beer Fes­ti­val has more than 22 lo­cal food and drink ven­dors, live mu­sic and a chilled out­door at­mos­phere.

Or­gan­iser Damien Hochberg said it of­fered peo­ple the chance of a last sum­mer hur­rah, with a menu to cater to those with a sense of adventure or who pre­fer to play it safe.

From a slice of Welling­ton’s iconic Tommy Mil­lions pizza, to a ve­gan-friendly plant taco, cour­tesy of Bo­quita, at­ten­dees are spoilt for choice.

‘‘We’ve in­cor­po­rated a real va­ri­ety of dishes,’’ Hochberg said.

‘‘The event is de­signed to have a ca­sual street food vibe, and I think that really ap­peals to fes­ti­val at­ten­dees.’’

The Crab Shack, Hill­side Kitchen and Cel­lar, and The Ar­borist are also among the food ven­dors this year.

The event is held over three ses­sions: Fri­day evening, Satur­day af­ter­noon, and Satur­day evening.

Tick­ets and more in­for­ma­tion from wine­and­food­fes­ti­

has a dou­ble pass to give away for the Fri­day ses­sion. To en­ter, email edi­ with ‘‘Wine and Food’’ in the sub­ject line be­fore noon, March 3. Make sure to in­clude con­tact de­tails.

Kapi-Mana News


The sec­ond Welling­ton Wine and Food Fes­ti­val last year was a hit.

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