Fellows and Life members' annual dinner

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  • 24/05/2017
  • 07:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Bloody Mary's, 30 Latimer Square (inside Rydges Latimer), Christchurch
  • $85.00+GST (member), $85.00+GST (non member), $85.00+GST (student-member)
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Join your senior peers in a relaxed setting the evening before the annual PRINZ Conference. On the night, PRINZ will welcome new Fellows as our guests.

The cost covers a three course meal. PRINZ will cover the cost of drinks.

Bloody Mary's is located inside Rydges Latimer Hotel. Rydges is our 2017 PRINZ Conference venue, if you would like to book accommodation, please book through our website page.

About the Menu

Canterbury is home to some of New Zealand’s finest and freshest produce, delivered from the local farms to our kitchen door. The menu features the best seasonal local produce on offer, as much as possible sourced from within a 100 kilometre radius of the hotel.

Our Executive Chef Mark MacManus has drawn inspiration from the produce on offer to create the distinctive, contemporary menu. Served in the style of a traditional feast, with shared plates, sauces and sides delivered to each table, for guests to share. Special dietary requirements can be catered to on request.

About Bloody Mary's

The moment you walk in to Bloody Mary’s, you know you’re in for an experience. Local Bluestone, Dark Oak and rich leather furnishings feature throughout a sophisticated space. Choose from our casual all day Brasserie menu or treat yourself to a classic, New York style steakhouse experience in Bloody Mary’s restaurant.

To compliment our menu, Mary’s has an extensive, and impressive wine list. The list has a strong focus on New Zealand wines, featuring a number of South Island Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc’s. At Mary’s we love our champagne and we have wide selection of by the glass and bottle options. Given our penchant for steak, we know all too well it’s hard to go past a big bold red so there are a few varietals from Australia, California and France.

Emphasis is put on the proper treatment of animals: only using meat we can identify the breed of and farm sourced from. The menus reflect both the primal influence of nature and the highly seasonal ingredients used to create uncomplicated and approachable cuisine.

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