House-made rum, a nail bar and a sushi burrito – find out some not-so-well-known facts about your favourite Britomart shops, eateries and sights.

Oaken – has tendifferent egg dishes; start your day yummily
Northern Steamship Co. – this building once featured a wooden boardwalk which allowed passengers to cross to ships without getting muddy
Ebisu – named after the Japanese god of daily food and fishermen
Ostro – almost better than their unparalleled dining menu? Their house-made rum
Seafarers Members Club – home to some of the best events in Auckland
Brew on Quay – this eatery has a rooftop bar
Fukuko – their takeaway sushi is a game changer and they have a sushi burrito
Zambesi – proudly made in New Zealand
WORLD – some of the world’s most exquisite perfumes line these shelves
Kate Sylvester – footwear, eyewear and homeware alongside fashion
Dry & Tea – they do nails now too!
Amano – menus change daily and sometimes hourly
Les Mills – a gym with an eco-friendly mindset – an amazing range of vitamins to help with any health goal
iBike – they sell, fix and rent bikes
Seafarers Building – Auckland International Seafarers Centre is on level one


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