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Tommy's Champagne Parlour

New Zealand's only premier lounge catering to champagne and cocktail lovers.
Opening hours
Currently closed
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 6:00 pm-10:00 pm
Thursday: 6:00 pm-Late
Friday: 6:00 pm-Late
Saturday: 6:00 pm-Late
Sunday: Closed

Tommy's is temporarily closed, but don't worry they'll be reopening again soon.

Searching for champagne heaven? We've found it!

Tommys Champagne Parlour is a champagne lover's heaven and the perfect place for those looking for a new and intimate spot for drinks with friends, to bring a date, to toast a celebration or relax with colleagues. Located on the sixth floor of the Seaferers Building in Britomart and home to more than 10 champagnes by the flute and 30+ varietals, Tommys, in addition to a stellar champagne and sparkling wine list, also provide a full bar and a menu of their own specialty sparkling cocktails, as well as small plates.

With a brand new that oozes elegance and sophistication, and new hours in time for the winter season, Tommys boasts stunning views overlooking Auckland Harbour and Britomart, operating in a space that was once a haven for sailors, seamen and runaways of the sea, back in the 70s. The Seafearers Building once housed numerous cabins for the leery vagabons, including Tommy, an original sailor and resident of the original Seafarers building. Fast forward  to more than three decades later, the storytelling continues and Tommys parlour invites patrons to enjoy the same views, cloaked in the room's plush settings and indulge in champagne, cocktails and spirits.  

Tommys Champagne Parlour history is preserved in its subtle lighting, an impressive champagne list, cocktail menu, intimate booths and private VIP jungle room.  

Get two hours free parking at Britomart car park with any $10+ purchase from Britomart vendors. Find out more.

Head into the city centre from as little as $2 an hour on public transport. Find out more.

Last updated: 05 October 2020

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