New Plymouth bars do not disappoint. With everything from microbreweries and neighbourly joints to wine bars and cozy lounges making great pours, there is certainly something for everyone.
Located in a town that combines the best of ocean, country, city and creativity, bars in New Plymouth know how to rehydrate both visitors and locals alike. For an afternoon excursion, you could take yourself and your mates to a brewing company inside an industrial art deco warehouse for some good brews and bites. Or, if you want a late-night place to settle in, take your crew to a central city wine bar for fine wines and some super snug ambience. Not only are the drinks on point, but New Plymouth bars are also well-versed in lining stomachs – with pizza pairings, yakitori delights and much more.
So whether you’re into a classy cocktail in the city or something hoppy and unique at a family-friendly brewery, make sure you pay a visit to the array of bars New Plymouth has to offer.
The Burnt Place
The Burnt Place is quickly coming home away from home for Hāwera locals with its cosy neighbourhood vibes.
Shining Peak Brewing
Drink beer, do good. That’s what Shining Peak Brewing Company boldly encourages patrons to do when they enter their New Plymouth microbrewery.
Sometimes things aren’t quite as they seem, and that couldn’t be truer of Snug Lounge in New Plymouth’s West End Precinct.
Three Sisters Brewery
Three Sisters Brewery is a local brewery doing marvellous things with, you’ve guessed it, beer.
Sometimes straight up and no-frills is the order of the day.
Itch Wine Bar
Every town deserves a late-night wine bar as good as New Plymouth's Itch.