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Prepare for late-night laughter with this selection of international comedians.
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.
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.
59 Taranaki Street, Wellington
A happy harmony between Asian hawker-style streetfood and seasonal Kiwi ingredients.
Best Ugly Bagels
5 Swan Lane, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Get your bagel on.
21 Marjoribanks Street, Mt. Victoria
Bringin' cake to the people.
Corner Of Dixon And Victoria Street , Wellington CBD
A pop-up container cafe serving Homer gurgle-worthy donuts and feel good vibes.
Hillside Kitchen & Cellar
241 Tinakori Road, Thorndon
Essentially what you'll experience is not just a meal, but an art exhibition.
Egmont Street Eatery
15-21 Dixon Street, Wellington CBD
We usually don't recommend going down dark alleyways, but for Egmont Street Eatery we'll make an exception.
The Third Eye
30 Arthur Street, Te Aro
A brewery housing experimental beers which may never exist outside of those four walls.
129 Willis Street, Wellington
Burger Liquor knows that you can never have too much of a good thing.
4 Roxburgh Street, Mt Victoria
You had us at bottomless coffee.
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.
14 Jessie Street, Te Aro
Prefab is so perfect it’s almost painful.
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.
Pickle & Pie
2 Lombard Street, Te Aro
Half chic lunch meeting spot, half New York eating joint.
170 Cuba Street, Te Aro
The best garden courtyard in the country.
181 Cuba Street, Wellington
Loretta exemplifies industrial chic.
Dockside Restaurant & Bar
Queens Wharf, Wellington
A delectably expansive menu to enjoy in a twinkling location on the waterfront.
132 Cuba Street
Come to this new Bresolin-led opening for two things: pasta and natural wine.
Six Barrel Soda Co. CLOSED
Level 1, 33-35 Dixon Street
As refreshing as the soda they pump out.
K C Cafe & Takeaway
39A Courtenay Place, Wellington
The Courtenay classic where portions are huge and full of flavour.