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12 Tory Street, Te Aro
This new brisket and beer joint is certainly no gutter ball.
40A Cuba Street, Te Aro
The story behind Stories.
27 College Street
An absolute crowd-pleaser of a cafe.
Duke Carvell’s Emporium
3 Swan Lane, Te Aro
This place is everything you wish your home could be.
Level 1, 45 Tory Street, Te Aro
With bare concrete walls, plush leather seats and hanging Victorian lamps, Chow does not fall neatly into any specific genre of restaurant/bar.
Seriously Good Chocolate Company
147 Spey Street, Invercargill
Indulge your sweet tooth at this Invercargill chocolate shop filled with the ‘real flavours’ of NZ like ‘summer berries, central Otago pinots, Jaffas, Hokey Pokey and Pineapple Lumps’.
Godley Peaks Road, Lake Tekapo
Sip your flat white 1000 metres above sea level surrounded by 360-degree views of the Mackenzie Basin.
5 Todman Street, Wellington
A modest and modern establishment that has all the characteristics of a five star restaurant, without the pretentiousness.
Sofitel, 11 Bolton St, Thorndon
Prepare to be immersed in lavishness.
17 College Street, Te Aro
Where coffee meets books.
Goldmine by Lamason
171 Willis Street, Te Aro
This Willis Street opening is a watering hole for the whole herd.
The Crab Shack
Queens Wharf, Wellington
Like transporting yourself to Cape Cod.
12 Majoribanks Street, Wellington
This new CBD opening serves up daring Indian-inspired European dishes.
1431 State Highway 1, Rd 5h
Book in advance to secure a spot at this award-winning restaurant set in a paddock on a family farm 19 kilometres out of Oamaru.
88 Riddiford Street, Wellington
The laid-back Latin craft beer bar houses over 60 different types of beers.
The Rogue and Vagabond
18 Garrett Street, Wellington
The bar has live music, a resident bulldog and some of the best craft beers in town.
8 London Street, Lyttelton
Treat yourself to a degustation of fresh, seasonal, organic ingredients harvested from its urban garden, sourced from local markets and forged from Banks Peninsula.
160 The Esplanade, Lower Hutt
An old rowing club turned wonderland, it’s fast and fun, and hard to fault.
The General Practitioner
Corner Of Boucott And Willis Streets, Wellington
The GP signifies a dark and cold Wellington night lit up by good beer, friends, and a bowl of fries
62 Ghuznee St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Wellington's two great loves combined: good coffee and good beer.