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1104 Tutanekai Street, Rotorua

Food & Drinks Value Voucher: 2 ($10 for $20), 4 ($20 for $40) or 6 People ($40 for $80) at Sobar

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Patrons can enjoy dishes such as vegetarian pizza, fish and chips or loaded wedges with bacon, paired with a drink of choice

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The Deal

$10 for $20 toward food and drinks for minimum two people (total value up to $20)

  • Menu items: beef burger | vegetarian pizza | pulled pork steam buns | fish and chips
  • See the food menu here

$20 for $40 toward food and drinks for minimum four people (total value up to $40)

$40 for $80 toward food and drinks for minimum six people (total value up to $80)

The Fine Print

Blackout dates: 8 August - 5 September 2019
• Limit of 2 vouchers per person
• Purchase up to 2 additional as gifts
• $20 voucher valid for 2 or more people
• $40 voucher is valid for 4 or more people
• $80 voucher is valid for 6 or more people
• Coupon can be used for up to 25% off alcoholic beverages
• If alcohol is purchased, food must be consumed
• Valid for eat-in only
• Must be 18 or older for alcohol; food must be consumed if alcohol is purchased
• Anyone under the age of 18 needs to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
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How to Redeem
Expiry: 90 days from purchase
• No booking required
• Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival
• Download free Groupon app for Android and iOS
Valid hours:
Mon-Sun 11am-9pm
Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised Goods and services.

About Sobar

Located within the Eat Street complex, Sobar serves up a variety of meals that can be enjoyed with live music and a selection of New Zealand beers or local wines. Diners can choose from a medley of burgers, pizzas and dumplings, or enjoy a choice of snacks. In the evening the beats get heavier and the volume goes up as the carefully woven wall of sounds extends into the small hours.