Canterbury’s newest destination venue: Thirsty Acres

Whether you’re looking for somewhere for a staff Christmas party, your next social function, a special event for your retirement village, or perhaps a car club gathering, it’s all about location.

Just 25 minutes from Christchurch you’ll discover Kirwee, a picturesque destination in the Selwyn District – it’s the perfect place to escape the bustle of busy life and indulge.

Jono and Jen Alve and their team have recently transformed Thirsty Acres from a local country tavern into Canterbury’s newest destination venue; a stunning spot serving up delicious hearty meals, and an extensive drinks menu.

Their focus is on customer service. The friendly team are at the heart of the operation and pride themselves on providing great country hospitality. The restaurant takes inspiration from the surrounding food producers on the fertile Canterbury Plains; they aim to include local produce wherever they can. They believe that dining and drinking should be an experience, and strive to make every visit a memorable one.

The extensive menu is packed with dishes to suit all dietary requirements. From pub classics such as Darfield Village Meats bangers and mash, and beer battered fish and chips, to a range of 55-day-aged, handpicked beef steaks, there are many delicious options. You can also pop in for just a drink; they offer Underground Coffee, a selection of wine and spirits, and the coldest beer in Canterbury.

Their private contemporary function room is available to hire for any event you may have, or you can book a table for a large group.

With Christmas just around the corner, Thirsty Acres is the perfect location for work or group end-of-year parties. They offer a standard of hospitality service that is unmatched in a unique location.

If you want to experience the fantastic food, friendly team, and beautiful space, you can stop in on the Great Alpine Highway No 73, in Kirwee. To book in your next function, or reserve a table, you can call
03 318 1814 or head to their website.

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