Ode announces re-opening date

Pictured: Ode Wanaka founders and owners Lucas Parkinson and Larissa McDonough announced that their restaurant will reopen on June 29 on Ardmore Street.

Ode Wanaka is serving up some tasty news for their customers: the restaurant owners have been granted building consent to design their new dining space, which is slated to open June 29.
After nine months of negotiations with Queenstown Lakes District Council, the conscious dining restaurant's building consent was approved last Friday for a rebuild at 37 Ardmore Street.
The restaurant originally caught fire last August as a result from spontaneous combustion, reportedly from freshly washed and dried tea towels, which had been stored in a linen bag underneath the bar and caused a neighbouring argon gas cylinder to explode.
While Ode founders and owners Lucas Parkinson and Larissa McDonough waited for the building consent green light, the pair have been busy hosting pop-up events throughout the country. The Ode team will be back in the kitchen during an evening service at Bannockburn's Carrick Winery & Restaurant this Friday, which is a ticketed event.
Ode also announced a lunch collaboration with North Canterbury's Black Estate on May 11.
For more information, visit Ode Wanaka's Facebook page.


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