1885 Britomart

This stunning bar is like nothing else in the city. With its superb fitout and multiple distinct spaces, 1885 . . .

Amano

From artisan bakers handcrafting pastries in the morning, through to oysters and gelato at night, Amano is an unbeatable source . . .

Better Burger

This American-style burger bar at Britomart boasts a brief but brilliant menu of cheap as chips burgers, fries, shakes . . .

Brew on Quay

With a dizzying selection of craft beers, a stunning fitout and a secret rooftop bar, this is an establishment . . .

Britomart Country Club

Already an Auckland Institution, the Country Club buzzes day and night with punters enjoying an afternoon beer, a satisfying . . .

Cafe Hanoi

Dishing up the fresh, lively flavours of Vietnamese cooking, Cafe Hanoi offers an exceptional dining experience in a beautiful . . .

Caretaker

A New York style cocktail bar inspired by the golden era of bar tending. Reviving forgotten classics with a . . .

Ebisu

Named for the God of daily food and fishermen, Ebisu brings together the best of traditional Japanese and modern . . .

Espresso Workshop Britomart

Totally serious about quality coffee and service, Espresso Workshop’s mission is ‘fantastic flavour in every cup’ – and they’re . . .

Fukuko

The name means ‘lucky child’, but the delicious drinks and dishes on offer at this über-cool Japanese bar makes . . .

L’Assiette

Contemporary French cafe L’Assiette offers freshly baked pastries and tarts, daily specials and a full sit-down menu served on . . .

Little Bird Unbakery

After taking Kingsland and Ponsonby by storm, raw food supremos Little Bird are feathering a new nest in the . . .

Mexico

Drenched in bright colour and spiked with bold imagery, this joint has a fast-paced atmosphere reminiscent of the streets . . .

Miann Britomart

In the spririt of decadence and luxury, Miann Britomart takes the concept of sweet treats to a new level. . . .

Milse

A dedicated dessert restaurant serving exquisite cakes, pastries and decadent degustation menus, Milse is mecca for dessert devotees. Touted . . .

Northern Steamship Co.

With its quirky, eclectic decor, excellent food menu and nine perfectly chilled mac’s beers on tap, the Steamship is . . .

Oaken

From your first croissant and coffee of the morning to your final red wine of the night, this Britomart . . .

Orleans

Blending the best music, liquor and food of its namesake city, this bar, restaurant and live music venue has . . .

Ortolana

With a style of ‘neighbourhood casual dining’ all its own, Ortolana is a chic little bistro concentrating on garden-to-table . . .

Ostro

This captivating brasserie and bar boasts a menu by Josh Emett, sweeping sea and city views and an interior . . .

Pita Pit Britomart

Delivering on its mission of 'fresh, healthy food – fast!', Pita Pit takes takeaways into a virtuous new dimension. . . .

Racket

Like a small slice of Havana in the heart of Auckland City, Racket has a laid-back Cuban vibe, an . . .

REC

There’s a lot to love about REC - but we’ll start with the reason for its existence, which is . . .

Shaky Isles Coffee Co.

They may claim fondness for a bit of ‘mammal-straddling malarkey’, but when it comes to great food and coffee, . . .

Smart Sushi

This stylish contemporary sushi bar offers fresh, innovative sushi and hot Japanese dishes, prepared while you wait. 'Old values, . . .

Talulah

If you've never done paper umbrellas, fake palm trees and pina coladas then you basically haven't lived, but you . . .

The Chamberlain

The Chamberlain offers a large selection of local craft beers on tap and a delicious, easy menu centred around barbecued . . .

The Store

This casual diner and takeaway serves fresh, seasonal meals to eat-in or go, with an in-house artisan bakery producing . . .

White’s & Co.

The self-styled ‘merchants of freezery’ dish up decadent dairy from a stylish little servery in the Atrium. Tucked away . . .

Xuxu Dumpling Bar

Sister bar to acclaimed Vietnamese restaurant Cafe Hanoi, Xuxu Dumpling Bar is the perfect place to begin or end . . .