There's plenty to do in Wellington - so take a peek at our guide to discover the best places to eat, drink, shop, and more in New Zealand's capital city.Read more
Wellington City Itinerary
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I’m a sound nerd and an anthropologist. I was born on Waiheke and grew up in Wellington. My mum's a Pākehā New Zealander and my dad's from Cameroon in Central Africa.
Bars View all
El Culo Del Mundo
El Culo del Mundo is a laid-back bar and eatery that is reminiscent of those traveller-favourite hole-in-the-wall restaurants throughout Latin America.
Little Beer Quarter
With 12 craft beers on tap and over 100 bottles of beer from New Zealand and around the globe this inner-city pub truly is a gem.
The service at Hawthorn Lounge is impeccable, in the sense that they're attentive without being overbearing. It's novel enough to make you realise that most places have forgotten the hospitable out of hospitality.
A sign above the jet black entrance at Mason invites you to come as you are, and it's a tempting proposal.
Welcome to hop-head heaven.
A fun and easy going brewery and bar, with plenty of games (including table tennis!) to keep you entertained.
Hanging Ditch, for those who are yet to visit, is Leeds’ Street best little slice of stealth.
Mockingbird serves the capital’s plant-based and open minded omnivorous population with beautiful vegan ‘junk food’.
The Third Eye
Tuatara's 'temple of taste' gives one of New Zealand's largest craft brewers a claw-hold in the city of beer.
Restaurants View all
A suburban eatery with city sophistication.
Wellington restaurant TJ Katsu serves fresh, exciting Japanese food from multiple locations in the central city.
The menu at Loretta speaks of simple food done well.
Viva Mexico Newtown
Tired of cooking what Mexicans didn’t eat, Antonio Gonzales started Viva Mexico.