We love creating memorable events for people. Find below some of the public events we have put on at Field & Green.
MOTHER'S DAY 14th may 2017
Looking for ideas beyond breakfast in bed, to mark Mother's Day? Check out our lunch menu - 3 courses with apéritif - for $49 per person.
Find our menu here. Booking essential.
PINK RIBBON BREAKFAST - 5TH MAY 2017
For our second year we held a special breakfast at Field & Green.
We managed to raise over $2000 for The NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.
Everyone went away well fed and a few lucky ones with raffle prizes from our sponsors.
Now that's something to smile about!
The summer of pinot - 27 jan-12 feb
To celebrate Wellington hosting Pinot Noir NZ 2017 Field & Green are participating in 'The Summer of Pinot'. Offering a exclusive selection of Pinot Noirs by the glass, just collect a stamp in your 'pinot passport' and go into the draw for a fabulous prize of 115 bottles of Pinot Noirs from the wineries!
More details here...
CHRISTMAS SEASON | FESTIVE SET MENU
Three courses $70pp | Two courses $55pp
Field & Green is the perfect place for celebrating the festive season with friends, family and colleagues.
Our Festive Menu is available from the 1st December for group bookings (minimum 6 people).
Find our menu here...
DAK BUNGALOW - ANGLO-INDIAN DINNER AT FIELD & GREEN
Four course dinner with two glass of wine, beer or soda - $82pp
Dak is Back! We really enjoyed putting on Dak Bungalow during Wellington on a Plate. So we're delighted to be asked by Wellington Foodies to hold a one-off event for their members to help them celebrate their 6th Birthday!
Book through Wellington Foodies here...
2016 WORLD OF WEARABLEARTS AWARDS SHOW DINING OFFER
Pre-show Prix Fixe menu - $47pp
Come in to Field & Green and enjoy our Prix Fixe menu on Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings before the show. Available between 5:00-7:15pm, vacating your table by 7:15pm.
Find our menu here...
visa wellington on a plate 2016 - DAK BUNGALOW
Popup - Fri 26th - Sun 28th August
Dak Bungalow cuisine, an ingenious culinary fusion from India's Raj era, is near forgotten. In government guesthouses built from the 1840s along the Dak (mail) route, hybrid Anglo-Indian meals were created for British travellers' tastes. Field & Green will revive staple dishes and flavours typically found in a dak bungalow kitchen with our take on hearty meals such as masala omelette, country captain and railway mutton curry, alongside the most recognisable Anglo-Indian dish, kedgeree.
Relax with sounds from the Indian-influenced psychedelic folk & rock scene.
MID WINTER FEAST - 30 JUNE 2016
We're delighted to be hosting a Mid Winter celebration with Food Gatherings where we take a culinary journey through the food of mid-winter feasts throughout Europe and the Middle East as we pass the longest night and the rebirth of the Sun. Chef Laura Greenfield will take you on a culinary journey evoking dishes from St Lucia Day, Shab-e Yalda, Yule, Tom Bawcock's Eve, Chanukah and of course Christmas.
Menu & more details here...
WELLINGTON JAZZ FESTIVAL - 08 - 12 JUNE 2016
"Enjoy good music by listening to good food" Aux Petits Joueurs, Gypsy Jazz bar & bistro, Paris
We're offering, as part of our weekly menu, soul-warming bistro food typically found in French jazz bars - entree: French onion soup; main: Cassoulet & dessert: Crêpes Suzette
PINK RIBBON BREAKFAST - 20th may 2016 – A GREAT SUCCESS
Thanks to some fabulous people our first fundraiser was better than we dreamed. Over a scrumptious shared feast there was banter, laughter and jockeying for raffle tickets. We exceeded our target of $500 to raise $830 for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
For those who couldn’t make this fun morning, but donated generously, we really appreciate it. Just proves together we can make a difference!
mother's day 2016
Looking for ideas beyond breakfast in bed, to mark Mother's Day? Check out our lunch menu - 2 or 3 courses with complimentary bubbles. Menu here... Booking essential.
sabbath dinner - 30th october 2015
Field & Green invite you to a Sabbath meal celebrating the food and traditions of the Jewish Diaspora. From Eastern Europe, the Middle East and as far as India and Ethiopia the Jewish people are scattered all over the world, a wandering people through migration and exile. Jewish history, spanning more than three millennia, has always been important in the shaping of cooking traditions, revolving around the Sabbath and festivals giving it special importance.
Hosted with Food Gatherings, find our menu here...