Visit the city’s newest additions from mini golf bars to tiki cocktails and enjoy the summer months ahead...

La Fuente | Snickel Lane

Photo credit: Izak Van Der Merwe

Auckland city welcomes New Zealand’s first mezcal bar, found down Snickel Lane. Trending all around the world, the mezcal set up offers a unique mix of wines, artisan mezcal - distilled alcohol made from the agave plant - as well as delectable mexican-inspired dishes.

The Good Luck Coconut | 39 Jellicoe St

Wind down with fresh and vibrant cocktails from The Good Luck Coconut. Step into island time and share the delicious menu influenced by Pacific and Asian ingredients.

HI-SO Bar | 67 Customs St East

Experience the trendy, artistic and musical hub of the city. Overlook the Waitemata Harbour and dine the intricate French culinary traditions that have an innovative twist.

Saint Alice | Level 1 / 204 Quay St

People-watch over the viaduct from the magnificent view of Saint Alice. From the same people who brought you Dr Rudi's, this sun filled eatery is both welcoming and ambient. Turn the corner to discover Bang Bang China Cafe, a restaurant within a restaurant serving flavoursome Asian quick bites.

Holey Moley Golf Club | 204 Quay St

Marvel at the quirky and fascinating decor at Holey Moley Golf Club. Groove to the tunes, sip on the drinks and snack on the tasty food from the bar.

Hello Beasty | 95-97 Customs St West

Celebrating contemporary New Zealand cuisine whilst adopting the complicated simplicity of Japanese, Korean and Chinese dishes, Hello Beasty’s creative menu is one not to be missed.

Auckland Fish Market | 22 Jellicoe St

The iconic Auckland Fish Market in Wynyard Quarter has been through a major renovationa nd revamp just in time for summer! With 8 brand new eateries including Azabu and Ika Bowl, and a very tempting courtyard, we know where you'll find us during the sunny months ahead.

Last updated: 25 June 2019