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The Old Bailey has joined the bottomless brunch trend in time for summer.
A mini-retrospective of some of David Lynch's finest work.
The gin-naissance is here.
This new site-specific installation features thousands of colourful strands suspended mid-flight.
Jim Jarmusch shuffles into the zombie genre, combining an extraordinary cast with his trademark deadpan comedy.
Score some unique locally made gifts at this festive market.
Exercise your mind, body and soul (and support the local community) for pocket change.
The feisty female spy franchise is back (again) with a great Kristen Stewart-led cast, but an inescapably generic feel.
The star-studded Christmas classic hits the drive-in.
Golding's Free Dive
14 Leeds Street, Wellington
This neighbourhood free-house is a magnet for beer lovers.
Coco at the Roxy
5 Park Road, Miramar
20s style and Euro-fusion flavours.
Rhyme and Reason Brewery
17 Gordon Road, Wanaka
Sample local beers, play giant Jenga and even realign with a Sunday morning yoga class at this brewery and bar in Wanaka.
5 Cable Street, Wellington
Bean bags with your beersies? Yeah, go on.
336 Saint Asaph Street, Christchurch
Discover Christchurch’s live music scene at the first place to reopen after the earthquakes, offering free gigs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Fork and Brewer
14 Bond Street, Te Aro
Come for the beer, stay for the burgers. Or just come for the burgers.
Noble Rot Wine Bar
6 Swan Ln, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
The hip wine bar, crossed with elegant fine dining restaurant, down the end of Swan Lane.
Foxglove Bar and Kitchen
33 Queens Wharf, Wellington
180-degree harbour views and glamour.
Good Luck Bar
126 Cuba Street, Wellington
The ex-opium den basement bar serves some delicious drinks.
46 Cron Street, Franz Josef Glacier
A favourite of Franz Josef locals, with great local drops and not one but two open fireplaces.
Little Beer Quarter
6 Edward Street, Te Aro
With fourteen rotating taps, two handpulls and over a hundred beers in the fridge, describing the place as 'well-stocked' might be a bit of an understatement.
18 Majoribanks Street, Wellington
Built around things that are good to eat when you're having a few drinks.
4 Rintoul Street
A bar for the aspiring Van Gogh, or those who just like a good burger.
82 Tory Street, Te Aro
A place where logophiles, gentlemen and Friends of Alcoholic Beverages can convene.