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Get some sanctuary in nature.
More than a decade after Atonement, Saoirse Ronan once again shines in another adaptation of author Ian McEwan's work.
The Meg isn't good. Unfortunately, it's not so bad it's good either.
An irreverent, entertaining and purposefully extravagant rom-com that also proves a rare Hollywood film with a primarily Asian cast.
Make salsa, not war.
The perfect combo of drinking and painting.
A midweek spectacle that puts everyone in stitches – just what the doctor ordered.
An affectionate and inspirational exploration of the life and impact of America's rockstar Supreme Court Justice.
Wellington's best kept wintry secret.
Musical score magic.
The beer-fuelled folk festival lands on Cuba Street.
One of the most popular extreme metal bands on the circuit. Bring your earplugs.
132 Cuba Street
Come to this new Bresolin-led opening for two things: pasta and natural wine.
90 Manners Street, Wellington
More than just a great pun.
30 Cron Street, Franz Josef Glacier
After exploring the glacier, head here for traditionally New Zealand, meaty dishes with a twist.
122 Wakefield Street, Wellington
A crossbred between Northern Vietnamese and French cuisine.
180 Lambton Quay, Wellington Central
A next-level burger bar joins the lineup at Lambton Square.
80 Willis St, Wellington Central
Simple and fresh food for vegetarians on the run.
272 Cuba Street, Te Aro
Arthur's occupies a two-storey Edwardian building filled with a collection of knick-knacks that ten grandmas combined would struggle to beat.
Godley Peaks Road, Lake Tekapo
Sip your flat white 1000 metres above sea level surrounded by 360-degree views of the Mackenzie Basin.
167 Cuba Street, Wellington
This family-friendly vegetarian restaurant is deceptively and consistently good.
193 Cuba Street, Te Aro
This small kebab shop is easily missed yet serves unmissable Turkish fare.
31 Moxham Avenue, Wellington
A tropical treasure in the Hataitai shops.
Capital Market, 151 Willis Street, Te Aro
The little banh mi spot that could.
74 Willis Street, Wellington
From the masters behind Dragonfly comes a new eatery offering inventive steamed buns.
152 Riddiford St, Newtown
A Newtown cultural institution.
82 Tory Street, Wellington
Where Tony Soprano would eat in Wellington.
Dunlop Terrace (in Behind Recycle Boutique)
Discover the world of food at this library bus-turned-food truck.
88 Riddiford Street, Wellington
The laid-back Latin craft beer bar houses over 60 different types of beers.
5 Swan Lane, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Get your bagel on.
109 Featherston Street, Wellington
Chocolate craftsmen who serve happiness to Wellington's suits.
23 Kent Terrace, Wellington
Try the taco cleanse today.