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Tea @ Gooding.
A stylish cafe with great food and great service. Opened as part of the 'Gooding' Interior decorations & Designer Clothing Boutique owned by Robert Gooding. Originally in Pukuatua Street and
Eateries from the 1920s.
Whitely's Shoe Store Advert from 1953.
Scanned from the Rotorua Post, January 1953.
McKenzies 1963, Tutanekai Street.
An advert placed in the Daily Post, City Celebration Commemorative Issue January 25, 1963.
Eat Street, Whakaue Street entrance.
Photograph taken by Alison Leigh.  The Whakaue Street entrance to Eat Street this waist height shaped fence leads you into the unique atmosphere that is al fresco dining in Rotorua.
The Byko.
From the Daily Post, City Celebration Commemorative Issue, published Friday 25 January, 1963 p20. 
Clarke's Cordial Factory.
Tutanekai Street, date of photo unknown. Posted on facebook.
Lake view at start of Eat Streat.
Photograph by Faeryl Rotherham August 2013. 
Star Building.
Once these 4 stores were just one! Star Electrical
Petite Fleur.
New look for the old Graeffs Bakery Building.
This building once housed the bread ovens, and customers would queue daily for their hot bread, straight from the oven.   Mr & Mrs Gert Graeff lived on Te Ngae
Webbs 2012.
Originally known as 'Gilltraps Building' from 1955 and previously the site of the "Rotorua Hotel" Webbs opened it's first store in 1956?.
Bryce Building 2012.
Durham's Auctions and previously Grant's Auction Mart occupy the shop that once housed Ian Bryce Printers & Office Supplies. The other shops currently occupying the Bryce Building are "Highland Antiques",
Odeon Theatre 2012.
now the home of Destiny Church
Tutanekai Street Businesses.
Where Jackson's Hardware store operated for ?. Currently (September 2012) has Marbecks CD's & DVDs which is closing down soon, and Brumby's Bakery.
Star Building 2.