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August Eatery

The red and glass exterior of August Eatery.
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August conjures many things in the minds of Wellingtonians: the last throes of a bitingly cold winter, the promise of warmer days ahead, the prospect of the country’s...

Wilson Barbecue

Customer at Wilson Barbecue enjoying the food.
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Wilson Barbecue has a new permanent home after wowing Wellingtonian's with their food truck delights and pop-up stints. Wilson Barbecue is loudly and proudly “all about the meat”, and their brisket, ribs, and pulled pork, all cooked low ‘n slow, enjoy a richly deserved reputation.

Mockingbird

Large restaurant space downstairs with wooden walls and colourful seating.
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Mockingbird serves the capital’s plant-based and open minded omnivorous population with beautiful vegan ‘junk food’.

Puffin

Bar sign in a dark hallway.
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Welcome to Puffin, a “wine bar with a focus on organic and minimal intervention wines”.

Heyday

Outdoor courtyard at Heyday, Wellington.
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A fun and easy going brewery and bar, with plenty of games (including table tennis!) to keep you entertained.

Golding's Free Dive Bar

People hanging out at the bar.
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The ideal no-nonsense neighbourhood bar.

Rogue & Vagabond

People in the bar.
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A great spot for meeting friends, socialising or just watching the Wellington crowd do their thing.

Little Beer Quarter

Yellow exterior of Little Beer Quarter.
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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.

Meow

The outside the bar.
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Live music, slam poetry readings, stand-up comedy and a thumping happy hour make Meow a versatile venue.

Olive

Plants in outside area.
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Olive provides attentive service, luxurious ambiance, perfectly poached eggs and a top cup of black coffee.

Pickle and Pie

Close up of pickles.
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After many a lunchtime spent hankering for just a ‘good old sandwich’, Tim Tracey and Mia Freeman decided to take matters into their own hands.