The Fork & Tap

The Fork and Tap (51 Buckingham Street, Arrowtown) A cosy little pub in the corner of Arrowtown, how could you go wrong? Everywhere needs somewhere warm to go after a day on the slopes and The Fork and Tap has a pretty good name for itself. Live music each Wednesday night, a massive blackboard with…

Bebemos

Bebemos (88 Riddiford Street, Newtown) With its distinctive logo, beaut location, and expansive menu, this South American tapas bar is also a constant on the craft beer scene. With so many beers both on tap and bottled, it can be a tough time choosing. I feel a bit sorry for the staff there actually, because…

Husk

  Combine coffee and beer, and what do you get? Husk. Tucked away in alley off Ghuznee, it is somewhere you may never have noticed until now. But combining a cafe with a brewery is genius; and the fairy lights in the alleyway make it oh so easy to spot. The place is spacious; an…

The Laneway Progressive Dinner

        Most that know me know just how much I adore Leeds Street. It’s quaint, quirky and oh-so-Wellington. So when I saw this event advertised it felt like a match made in heaven (it also included Egmont Street Eatery – what a bonus!). I got tickets as soon as they came on…

Goldings Free Dive Bar

Goldings Free Dive Bar (14 Leeds Street) Anyone who knows me knows I’m an absolute sucker for Leeds Street. It’s just so quaint, atmospheric and downright funky! Goldings is no different. With skis hanging from the roof, and more knickknacks than imaginable decorating every other centimetre,Goldings would have to be one of my favourite bars in…