About this space
Garnet Station is a much loved local institution. World famous in Westmere for their eclectic, colourful and heritage pizzeria, garden and theatre space, this is a true one of a kind. Friendship, hospitality, pride and community is etched into the grain of our beautiful space, that we love to share with our neighbourhood, artists, creatives and other wonderful humans.
The Lane is a private, covered lane way space that could be used by anyone looking to host a market e.g. arts and crafts. It would also be a great space to test new products with a pop up stall for the local neighbourhood. It could also work for a community event like clothing swap or jumble sale. The space benefits from good footfall and being hugely popular with the local crowd. We can help advertise your market with our signage and customer data base.
The Lane would also be great to book for a private party or celebration. Festooned with fairy lights, this is a magical space that you can share with friends and family.
The space is free to book, with a minumum spend for parties.
Catering and Alcohol
If you’re hosting a party or private dinner party in the space, we will cater this event for you. We will work with you to provide meal options that work for you - either a lavish & delicious bespoke menu can be created or you can keep it easy and have us fire up the pizza oven and your guests can order from our pizza menu. In the on site kitchen we use free range eggs, organic meat and local produce. We recycle, reuse, upcycle, compost, worm farm and love to have fun! We also have options for kids parties, platters and much more. We also have a licensed bar serving a carefully curated selection of NZ wine and craft beer. We also make incredible cocktails. You can opt to pay upfront for a bar tab or have a cash bar for your guests.
We’re on beautiful & historic Garnet road in the sunny beach village Westmere. We love our neighbourhood and are a short walk from Western Springs Park, the village and beautiful Meola reef reserve, with views across to Te Atatu.