26 Jun 2012

NZ Society - Eating Out (Part 2)

From New Zealand Society: Eating Out, 3:01 pm on 26 June 2012

Eating out in the 1950s was defined and constrained by stringent liquor laws that disallowed alcohol from being served everywhere except hotels. But that all changed in the 1960s, thanks to passionate campaigning by mostly immigrant restaurateurs. Take a seat as Amelia Nurse explores this defining time in New Zealand's restaurant history. (Pssst - the wine's in the teapot!)

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