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Dream pop at the chocolate factory.
The Stephen King horror novel returns to the big screen in this by-the-numbers remake.
The third time is still the charm in this action-packed assassin franchise, with Keanu Reeves and his former stunt double-turned-director doing what they do best.
This not-for-profit documentary photography festival focuses on social, economic and environmental issues.
Prepare for late-night laughter with this selection of international comedians.
Head to the museum for an evening of female-identifying punk bands and DJs.
With its R-rating, Hellboy gleefully dials up the gore. If only it had dialled up the story, too.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a relatable pair in this heartfelt and hilarious political rom-com.
55 Ghuznee Street, Wellington
A bar for the most elite, expensive and exclusive to hide away for an evening.
Whistling Sisters: The Fermentery
100 Taranaki Street, Wellington
The brewery's new opening takes local to a whole new level.
176 Victoria Street, Wellington
Enjoy organic vino, craft beer and Klingon blood wine at the capital's first sci-fi bar.
Munchen Bier Hall
6 Queens Wharf
For those fond of a cheeky schnitzel, sausage or strudel (or a thing for leiderhosen).
14 Leeds Street, Te Aro
Cocktails that are off the hook.
19 Edward Street, Wellington
Offering a new dinning experience to Edward Street's thriving social scene.
The Third Eye
30 Arthur Street, Te Aro
A brewery housing experimental beers which may never exist outside of those four walls.
103 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay
Stunning ocean views in a seaside eatery infused with yachting history.
278 Willis Street, Wellington
The Bresolin brothers are the resounding affirmative answer to the question of whether a knack for good food is genetic.
167 Riddiford Street, Newtown
A gig seeker's sanctuary.
1 Cable Street, Lambton
Beanbags and beer, anyone?
4 Taranaki Street, Te Aro
An excellent go-to when everyone in your group is too polite to say where they want to go.
119 Manners Street, Te Aro
A BYO karaoke bar hybrid.
106 Cuba Street, Te Aro
Matterhorn cannot be pigeonholed. It is both a refuge from Wellington’s late night mayhem and the maker of its own.
39 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro
The bar's ridiculously ‘gram-able courtyard is the perfect summer afternoon spot to sip on a cold one.
A visit to Greymouth wouldn't be complete without having a pint at one of the town's landmarks.
Hans Herzog Estate
81 Jeffries Road, Marlborough
Do a wine tasting at the cellar door, then make your way through the white rose bushes to the elegant dining room for a meal from the Michelin star-trained team of chefs.
Poquito Cafe and Bar
11 Tory Street, Wellington
A little getaway in the hustle of central city.
4 Rintoul Street, Newtown
For those who have a penchant for wearing their moustaches in the Copstash/Handlebar style, Wayward is a perfect sunny afternoon spot to congregate.
43 Vivian St, Wellington
Mexican food with a bit of Americana flavour that snuck over the border.