A salad bar opens in Lichfield St, while Romanian flare hits Styx Mill and Cathedral Junction gets a stonegrill option.
Cafe chat: See your steak ageing behind glass, hotel restaurant gets makeover, theatre gains a pizza oven.
Italian restaurant opens in Gloucester St while another fundraises for Amatrice quake victims.
Cafe Chat: The man behind OGB's success, a new Japanese restaurant, and losing a German bakery.
Penelope's Cakery Deli opens on New Regent St, while Dux Central turns one year old.
Cafe chat visits an atmospheric cafe that everyone loves and tries cricket tortillas.
What goes into making great coffee and a new bar for Ferrymead.
Nine restaurants reach new heights in latest Cuisine rankings, and relief ahead for gluten-free diners.
Noodle markets for Queenstown and a burger eating competition in Christchurch.
The Bohemian Bakery is open in Sumner and Mediterranean Foods is doing Friday night dinners.
Christchurch's newest pizza parlour opens on Lichfield St serving American slices.
Christchurch's Madras St gets a cool new cafe and the central city welcomes authentic Indian food.
Rollickin' Gelato opening on New Regent St and a new eatery in Ferrymead.
Cafe Chat: A new creperie in The Colombo serves up French treats and Saggio di Vino changes hands.
Whole Cafe is new to Bealey Ave in Christchurch and there's a cafe planned for Lichfield St.
Dukes of Sandwich is leaving Christchurch and Bush Inn is getting authentic Thai.
Slick new food truck The Vagabond Chefs is roaming Christchurch serving up the best eats.
Hummingbird coffee has closed its container cafe at Re:Start and a meal made of insects on offer in Christchurch.
Fools of Desire cafe has a beehive indoors, and Volstead will sell tap beer to go.
An upmarket Wanaka pizza parlour will open in Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal.
O.G.B has actually opened and win tickets to the Jazz and Blues series at The George.
The "prison yard" atmosphere in New Regent St has forced the closure of The Auricle gallery and wine bar.
Get your lunch delivered or check out the Friday street food market in Cathedral Square.
A "cosy speakeasy-style" bar and cafe is opening in the Old Government Building in Cathedral Square.
The Canterbury craft beer community has much to be proud of these days, not least, the recent results of the New World Beer and Cider Awards.
Fresh starts are coming for hospitality spots in Moorhouse Ave and Bishopdale.
The Great Kiwi Beer Festival will serve its own brew on Saturday, and Tommy Taco has re-opened.
New Japanese and Moroccan restaurants open, and a bakery offers more Cantabrians free cakes.
Joel Christian has purchased The Monday Room and is promising a complete makeover.
Cafe Chat: Iconic serves breakfast until 3am on weekends and is one of Christchurch's few clubbing venues.