Cafes open on a Sunday

There’s no bigger bummer than a well earned weekend off rolling round and discovering your favourite cafe is closed.

A burger, chips and beer sitting on a table in Ten27 Christchurch cafe.

Christchurch & Canterbury

Eat & Drink

To help you on your hunt for a weekend local that won’t end in frustration, we have rounded up the best cafes open on a Sunday.

People dining inside Addington Coffee Co-op cafe in Christchurch.

Addington Coffee Co-op

297 Lincoln Road, Addington

A cafe slash fair trade shop slash laundry, Addington Coffee Co-Op is many things to many people. Try one of their superb meals from the menu or sample a little something from the cabinet alongside their in-house roasted Jailbreaker coffee.

A woman about to cut into a meal at Little Pom's cafe in Christchurch.

Little Poms

294 Kilmore Street

A neighbourhood café all about good food made by Christchurch’s talented producers and artisans, you’re in safe hands for breakfast, brunch and lunch at Little Poms. Sit at the large communal table and marvel at the open kitchen and flamboyant walls.

A plate of porridge on a table at Uncommon cafe Christchurch.

Uncommon

262 Tuam Street, Christchurch Central

When it comes to serving great food, Uncommon just gets it. Based on the Melbourne cafe scene, their spot on Tuam Street is a local favourite. Here they serve up a well crafted menu of breakfast and lunch meals that are a little outside the box of usual café fare.

Plants in the outdoor area of the cafe.

Park Ranger

114 Riccarton Road, Riccarton
Christchurch & Canterbury

Park Ranger sits on a leafy corner of Riccarton Road. There's a real focus on things that are handmade or produced by artisans at this cafe. The kitchen team makes its own chutneys and relishes and granola, all of which line custom-built shelves, along with a well-curated collection of other artisan-produced products that are available to buy – everything from Hasami Porcelain mugs to locally produced Mikau Teas and Lyttelton Lights candles.