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Kick of the New Zealand Festival by acknowledging our history and our place in the Pacific.
A modern twist on the traditional Maori cuisine comes to the waterfront.
Inspired by fractals in nature and created in a trance-like meditation.
Two weekends of performance and visual art on the Wellington waterfront.
Discover the best of Greek culture.
Explore the behind the scenes of Kupe's Dreams.
A funny, heartfelt, honest look at high school life and mother-daughter relationships.
The most unique, exciting and important movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far.
A solid journalistic drama about speaking truth to power that feels particularly relevant today.
Make salsa, not war.
A midweek spectacle that puts everyone in stitches – just what the doctor ordered.
The exquisite new film from director Paul Thomas Anderson plunges into the depths of a dark, devious love story.
Forresters LaneTe Aro
Follow the white rabbit.
31-33 Courtenay PlaceTe Aro
The epitome of fine dining in Wellington.
88 Riddiford StreetWellington
The laid-back Latin craft beer bar houses over 60 different types of beers.
19 Blair StreetWellington
Takeaway beers, anyone?
46 Courtenay PlaceTe Aro
Something of a cross between a smuggler's den and an alchemist's shop, the Merch is a rum or gin lover's holy grail.
1 Post Office SquareWellington
Charley Noble's menu boasts of simple, casual but high-quality food.
5 Park RoadMiramar
20s style and Euro-fusion flavours.
103 Oriental ParadeOriental Bay
Stunning ocean views in a seaside eatery infused with yachting history.
Cable Car LnLambton Quay
A drinking halfway house.
109 Manners Street
Impressive doesn't even begin to describe the Boon brothers.
Steamship Building, 33 Queens WharfQueens Wharf
A whimsical spin on kitsch.
11 Dixon StreetWellington
Not-so-secret, but for good reason.
A delectably expansive menu to enjoy in a twinkling location on the waterfront.
31-35 Dixon StreetTe Aro
14 Bond StreetTe Aro
Come for the beer, stay for the burgers. Or just come for the burgers.
33 Queens WharfWellington
180-degree harbour views and glamour.
14 Leeds StreetWellington
This neighbourhood free-house is a magnet for beer lovers.
126 Cuba StreetWellington
The ex-opium den basement bar serves some delicious drinks.
14 Leeds StreetTe Aro
Cocktails that are off the hook.
32A-34 Wigan StreetWellington
All the best nights out end at Havana. Maybe it’s the halloumi, maybe it's the rum. But it’s probably the rum.