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Pull up a chair for a night of great food, music and storytelling.
A weekend of cask conditioned brews and merriment.
Take yourself on a journey through the cosmos.
Wes Anderson's latest film is a doggone delight, complete with gorgeous stop-motion animation and a vibrant all-star voice cast.
A captivating two-week celebration of light, art, design and technology on the waterfront.
Do your bit for Mother Earth and sniff out this new meat-less burger offering.
It's not quite as subversive as the original, but this foul-mouthed superhero sequel is still definitely worth your time.
Culture makers and city shakers ready to share their thoughts over a bite to eat.
You probably should skip breakfast and lunch for this one-off burger bonanza.
Make salsa, not war.
Celebrate New Zealand's finest cheese across four courses.
A midweek spectacle that puts everyone in stitches – just what the doctor ordered.
The Marlborough winery is back with its annual food pairing series.
Get some sanctuary in nature.
Challenging social, cultural and political issues in one of New Zealand's largest collections.
Forresters Lane, Te Aro
Follow the white rabbit.
31-33 Courtenay Place, Te Aro
The epitome of fine dining in Wellington.
88 Riddiford Street, Wellington
The laid-back Latin craft beer bar houses over 60 different types of beers.
19 Blair Street, Wellington
Takeaway beers, anyone?
46 Courtenay Place, Te 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 Square, Wellington
Charley Noble's menu boasts of simple, casual but high-quality food.
5 Park Road, Miramar
20s style and Euro-fusion flavours.
103 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay
Stunning ocean views in a seaside eatery infused with yachting history.
Cable Car Ln, Lambton Quay
A drinking halfway house.
109 Manners Street
Impressive doesn't even begin to describe the Boon brothers.
Steamship Building, 33 Queens Wharf, Queens Wharf
A whimsical spin on kitsch.
11 Dixon Street, Wellington
Not-so-secret, but for good reason.
Queens Wharf, Wellington
A delectably expansive menu to enjoy in a twinkling location on the waterfront.
31-35 Dixon Street, Te Aro
14 Bond Street, Te Aro
Come for the beer, stay for the burgers. Or just come for the burgers.
33 Queens Wharf, Wellington
180-degree harbour views and glamour.
14 Leeds Street, Wellington
This neighbourhood free-house is a magnet for beer lovers.
126 Cuba Street, Wellington
The ex-opium den basement bar serves some delicious drinks.
14 Leeds Street, Te Aro
Cocktails that are off the hook.
32a - 34 Wigan Street, Wellington
Wine and dine at one of Wellington's most energetic watering holes.