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Dinner

7 days from 5pm

Friday Lunch

12pm - 5pm

Weekend Breakfast

10am - 12pm

Weekend Lunch

12pm - 4pm

Christmas Day

CLOSED

Boxing Day

CLOSED

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  • Christmas Party 2017

    17
    Dec 2017
    Sunday
    - 4.00pm -

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    Clink Annual Christmas Party 2017

    We are so pleased to announce that STIG will be back with us this year on the piano.

    Christmas Carols with the kids at 6pm.

    Kids Zone with entertainment & games and a couple of helpful older kids to keep an eye on young ones.

    Make an evening of it and book your table for dinner. With 2 sittings 5:30pm and 7:30pm there will be plenty of room for everyone.

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  • Functions at Clink

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    Time to think about your functions this summer!

    It’s time to think about booking your  function this summer to avoid disappointment. Clink is the perfect venue for your small or large group with 4 areas available for booking or for larger groups the whole venue. We have 3 menus to choose from with 2, 3 or 5 courses and several canapé and platter options for a more casual event.

    Dare to be different with your team and come out to Sumner for the day and get the team on a surfboard, stand up paddle board or an electric bike for some fun at the beach. We have teamed up with other local businesses to offer you some interesting choices for your day, finishing up at Clink. If action isn’t your thing your crew might like to sip away the afternoon learning more about craft beer, fine wines, cocktail making or a certain spirit. Our knowledgeable team has some great masterclasses to offer and what a great way to finish the year.

    Email us today to discuss ideas and options tailor made to suit your requirements!

    info@clink.co.nz

     

About Clink

In 1779, not long after Captain James Cook discovered New Zealand, the prominent English politician Viscount Lonsdale sent his scandal causing son Lord Lonsdale on a settler's ship to the remote Islands - his philandering ways had caused enough embarrassment to the Crown. Leaving England with nothing more than a ring with a diamond the size of a pea, Lord Lonsdale .... read full about us >>