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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times Thursday November 14
10 Midnight Madness --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, November 14, 2013 www.times.co.nz Unit 1, 15 Cook St, Howick. Ph 535 5540. 124086-V2 H November 15 -- Midnight Madness, book your favourite table H November 30 -- Point to Pub and Santa Parade, best spot in town H Tuesdays - Quiz Nights from 7.30pm, free entry, bar tabs to be won H Sunday Afternoon Sounds in the Courtyard in December H Monthly -- Open Mic Nights H Catch a return bus with us to one of the concerts at Villa Maria or Turanga Creek H Book your Christmas dinner or function with us -- fantastic package deals Monday to Friday -- Open 11am until late Saturday & Sunday -- Open 10am until late Find us on Facebook GBS The Prospect Howick What's happening at Cnr Picton St & Uxbridge Rd. Ph 534 3199. www.theprospect.co.nz 124154-V2 18 Moore Street, Howick (next to Gables) Ph 534 2934 Open 7 days Mon-Fri 7am-4pm, Sat & Sun 8am-4pm 124058 We will be open 7am until midnight For the evening try our special Bacon Buttie either 'grab and go' or eat in for $5 - add a drink from the fridge for $8. Sausage sizzle too! The regular menu will be running all day. Takeaway hot drinks also available. Picallilly Cafe pickles, relish, chutney & marmalade Piccallilly Cafe Piccallilly Cafe Fully licensed & BYOW only. Takeaway Lunch-Dinner. Lunch: Tues-Sun 12-2.30pm | Dinner: 7 nights 5.30-10.30pm The Elephant Thai Restaurant DON'T FORGET TO BOOK NOW FOR CHRISTMAS From $23.90 for 3-course dinner Offer ends December 15, 2013 534 0588 • 534 0599 1 Moore Street, Howick Call or order online for takeaways www.theelephant.co.nz 123669 ENTREE Choice of Soup, Mixed Entree or Vegetarian Spring Rolls MAIN Choose from 20 Mains + + DESSERT Midnight Madness in Howick Village Friday, November 15, 9am till midnight Musical, Wicked is attracting crowds to town but something much more wicked, in fact won- derfully wicked, will keep them in Howick on Friday night. When Midnight Madness again casts its spell on shoppers so they can cut out their Christmas shop- ping in one big swoop, it will truly set the baubles rolling for Christ- mas. But as the night moves on more than a few will want to put up their feet, enjoy a bite to eat and a glass of Christmas cheer while they watch the festivities. And that’s the great thing about How- ick village – it offers a wealth eateries all offering the very best in food and drink. Eating in or out, patrons are spoiled for choice and the stand- ard of fare is so good it encour- ages plopping down the bags for a spell. In fact, Howick, with its selec- tion of contemporary and ethnic cafes, trendy bars, coffee houses and diverse takeaway outlets, caters for a wide range of tastes and budgets. And, come Midnight Madness, village venues will cater for fami- lies, couples and friends who, once the shopping is done, or before it is started, want to gather for a meal, social drink or to snatch a hearty takeout meal on the way home. Choose from licensed, BYO and unlicensed premises and go where the culinary mood takes you – Irish, Indian or Thai, try Middle Eastern, Malaysian or European, opt for a hamburger and fries, a pie or a take home roast – it’s all there from wine and tapas to four- course dining. And the good news is that the Benjarong team will have a street stall selling the restaurant’s famous big size curry puffs – yum! What’s more, with entertain- ment galore and Howick Village Radio broadcasting live during the evening, the ambience is sure to be of the foot-tapping, hand-clapping, hip-swaying and shoulder-shaking kind. Of course, that’s likely to stir up a thirst, but be sure cheers don’t turn to tears – a sober driver is essential. This is the one time of year that Howick really comes alive at night so go wild on your festive shop- ping and take time to enjoy a bit of socialising. Night owls rejoice – enjoy the mood, the music, the food and the fantasy. In short, have a great time! Eat, drink & be merry!
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