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Upper Hutt Leader : November 2nd 2011
32 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 2, 2011 Advertising Feature DININGOUT Sample a taste of Upper Hutt Only at Esquires The Mall Opposite McDonalds, Main Street, Upper Hutt. Tel: 04 527 0651 Present this voucher instore when you purchase any hot beverage from the menuboard to receive a 2nd hot beverage for free. treat a friend. 2for1 hot beverages Not redeemable with any other offer. One coupon per visit. 2nd beverage must be of equal or lesser value 3841819AJ 4101915AA Santa Parade Saturday 3 December 2011 2pm The theme is Christmas We would like to see the parade targeted specifcally at the children. This may mean having more people walking beside the foat and where possible the foats at childrens height. We also encourage all foats to be focused on the magical summer fun of Christmas and avoid blatant advertsing and promoton. We will be handing out lollies again this year. To avoid accidents we can only pass items directly to children, therefore please refrain from throwing lollies. If you want to provide giveaway items, please be mindful and supply only child friendly items and remember to pace the handouts so all children receive something even those at the end. And fnally the Upper Hut Leader will provide the ONLY SANTA. (Please no other Santas as the younger children tend to get confused!) We will again have some prizes for the best foats. The judges will be looking for: Imaginatve use of the theme Targeted at children Eﬀectve use of Colour Music Interactve use of partcipants Inventve Costumes & Accessories If you would like to register a foat please complete an oﬃcial registraton form and return by 18 November 2011 to: Belinda McMurray Upper Hut City Council, Private Bag 907, UPPER HUTT Ph: 527 2140 Fax: 528 8938 Email: Belinda.email@example.com We will then send you an informaton pack which will include a map of the parade route, assembly tmes, a disclaimer form and the rules of the parade. Help make the 2011 Santa Parade extra magical! Winner of Wellington Best Specialist Restaurant MANOS LICENSED RESTAURANT Fully Licensed & BYO Wine Only 39 Main Street, Upper Hutt Ph 939 9288 Fax 939 9336 The Exquisite Indian Dining Experience LUNCH Tues-Fri 12-2pm DINNER Mon-Sun 5pm onwards 3668042AN Licenced + BYO Wine Only 92 Main Street, Upper Hutt • Ph: 04 527 9285 Long established Indian restaurant Upper Hutt's Takeaway only Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Buy 1 curry get the second half price on presentation of this coupon 3703285AH LUNCH: Wed-Fri 12-2pm DINNER: Tue-Sun 5pm-late *Conditions apply Second curry must be of equal or lesser value, not valid with any other specials. 3859434AI Owner adds foreign flair to cafe CONTINUED Page 33 Friendly face: Cafe Romeo owner Romeo Jovanovic is known in Upper Hutt for his delicious coffee and mouth-watering menu. Cafe Romeo is open seven days a week and has new food specials every day. They are fully licensed and are open for BYO. Their hours are 8am to 3pm on Monday and Tuesday, 8am to late on Wednesday to Saturday, and 8am to 4pm on Sunday. For any bookings call 528 0900 or simply visit Cafe Romeo at 98 Main St. More information is available at caferomeo.co.nz. Cafe Romeo owner Romeo Jovanovic recently returned from a trip across the world to discover exciting new methods of preparing his quality cuisine. He took 23 hours of flying to his hometown in Belgrade, Serbia, at the beginning of September and spent three weeks with family and friends. ''That was actually a big thing for me because I did not go away for the last 23 years. I was very fortunate that I have such great staff who I can trust to work the shop while I'm away,'' Mr Jovanovic says. ''It was nice to be back. The weather was fantastic. It was like the middle of the summer. It was 35 to 36 degrees.'' He also spent a short time in Montenegro where he observed how food was cooked and was inspired by Italian restaurants. ''I actually saw the different ways of presenting and preparing food,'' he said.
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