Famed for its southern-USA soul food, fresh New Zealand ingredients, invigorating live music and extensive drinks lists – Boo Radley’s also extends its award-winning offerings to events.
Celebration coming up?
Leave the planning to Boo Radley’s. Situated on Victoria Street, Boo has everything covered: from space, to cuisine, beverages and even live entertainment.
Host up to 30 people for drinks and nibbles in one private area, double the pax for 60 in the restaurant area, or go the whole hog with up to 110 people in the entire space.
From sliders to snacks, sharing plates to succulent s’mores – the food selection caters for all palates and appetites.
Work with the chefs to design your menu of canapes, courses or cocktails.
There is also an extensive range of New Zealand wines, a wide selection of craft beers, a hand-crafted cocktail list and the country’s largest bourbon whisky selection to sip your way through.
To add to the atmosphere, live entertainment options abound. Take your pick from comedy shows, live music, or even a burlesque night – all organised by the Boo Radley’s crew.
To book or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 366 9906.
Young, motivated entrepreneurs in Christchurch and Canterbury are advised to get their applications in now for the 2019 Dream Believe Succeed Big Break Award.
This is the opportunity of a lifetime for 15-23 year olds to win a 100k business start-up package. The Dream, Believe, Succeed Foundation was launched in 2018. It was established to give business-driven youth the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial spirit by providing a funding start up, together with a service and mentoring package to commence their own business or grow their existing business with the goal of becoming a successful business person.
Last year’s contest winner, Oliver Hunt, has gone on to launch Medsalv, a single use medical device reprocessing business that saves costs for both the healthcare system and the environment. Dream, Believe, Succeed was founded by Steve Brooks, who began his first business at just 12 years of age. At 14 he qualified as New Zealand’s youngest real estate agent and at 16 he purchased his first rental property. Steve’s goal was to be a millionaire by 21; he achieved this at 19.
Steve had always determined that once he reached his goal, he would start an award to inspire young entrepreneurs; something that was not available to him when he was starting out. Contest entries close December 16. Finalists will be announced on December 21, and then they present their business plan in the Dragon’s Den, February 2019.
For more information:
Press enquiries Hannah Burnard, Hannah@dreambelievesucceed.co.nz, phone 021 952 121.