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Tauranga’s Bayfair Shopping Centre to launch its dining precinct

The first stage of the AMP Capital and Fisher Funds owned Bayfair Shopping Centre’s $115 million development was launched in December 2018, and now its new alfresco dining precinct is on track to launch at the end of this month.

The new eateries set to open there include Burger Burger, Mexico, Nando’s, Katsubi, a Little Creatures collaboration called The Freeport Tavern & Eatery, and Cleaver & Co.

Bayfair’s Centre Manager Steve Ellingford says: “The development makes Bayfair a retail, dining and entertainment crowd-pleaser for the whole region, and we are thrilled to be unveiling our new dining precinct. The precinct will complement the nearby recently opened Timezone complex and the cinema, opening in the next development stage, and includes a variety of family-friendly, casual and licensed operators, so it’s perfect for all kinds of dining, from family brunches to coffee catch-ups and date nights.”

Other Bayfair openings new to Tauranga since December 2018 include: Mecca Maxima, Seed Heritage, Peter Alexander, The Source Bulk Foods, Cotton On Mega, The Cosmetic Clinic, Platypus Shoes, Redcurrent, Colette by Colette Hayman, Charm, The Soccer Shop, Bailey Nelson, Recycle Boutique and Timezone. 

The final stage will open late this year.

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