Eatspace at O'Connells
Queenstown's newest dining precinct is open now!
A little bit about us
Located in the heart of Queenstown, Eatspace offers authentic flavours drawn from influences across the globe, all in a casual dining format.
Filled with international cuisines and fresh food experiences, this is the perfect destination for all occasions - brunch until late evening.
We look forward to welcoming you to Queenstown’s newest dining precinct in the redeveloped O'Connells building - your taste buds will thank you!
Bursting with flavours!
A modern-day Italian trattoria
Stay for a moment or stay for a while, at Casetta we always welcome you like family. Serving traditional Neapolitan pizza and delicious pastas cooked straight from the heart, just like Nonna makes. We celebrate quality produce packed with flavour, order a little or order a lot, let's eat!
The Sushi Platter
From Queenstown since 2007
Brought to you by the renowned team from Hikari, The Sushi Platter provides you with a beautiful, modern dining experience and the freshest, flavour-filled Japanese dishes around. Featuring a carefully curated menu they use seasonal ingredients sourced locally to deliver superbly conceived dishes that offer modern interpretations of Japanese classics.
Greek street food
Experience a world of new flavours. Souvla brings you Greek street food that’s fresh, fast, and authentic. Steeped in tradition, fresh salads and Souvlaki cooked right in front of your eyes, this is the food of the people, for the people. Enjoy a taste of the real Greece in Queenstown.
Lemon & Salt
Add a bit of zest to your life
There is beauty in the simple things in life and what could be simpler than freshly shucked oysters and a big squeeze of lemon. At Lemon & Salt we hero our seafood, cooked simply to bring out the best flavours. Gather round, share your stories and add a bit of zest to your life.
Just after drinks?
Beers, Wines and Cocktails.
Serving up top-notch coffees, showcasing iconic New Zealand wines and crafting unique cocktails. Whether you need a starting point, meeting point or final destination. It’s five o’clock somewhere.