Within walking distance of the Sky Tower, Depot has a menu of small plates designed to be shared. 88 Federal St.
Cool Japanese izakaya restaurant in the Britomart, one of the city’s liveliest shopping areas. 116-118 Quay St.
Local favorite for weekend brunch, across the street from a beach, a 25-minute drive outside Auckland. 387 Hamaki Dr.
One of Queenstown’s most stylish restaurants, housed in a historic cottage by the lake. The menu is meat-focused, but also has some nice seafood dishes. 17 Marine Parade
Queenstown’s answer to New York’s Shake Shack, serving burgers that have a similar cult following. There’s limited seating inside the casual burger joint and some more out front. 42 Shotover St.
Modern dining room and an often-changing menu that innovates New Zealand classics. 43 Ballarat St.
Sample some 80 different New Zealand wines by the glass at this spacious wine bar/shop in walking distance to Eichardt’s. Charcuterie and cheese platters are served as well. 14 Beach St.
Everyone’s favorite morning coffee comes from Vudu, in walking distance to Eichardt’s. There are piles of homemade pastries, and Fair-Trade coffee and teas. 23 Beach St.
Come here for some of the region’s best savory pies; particularly lamb and mint is a winner. 1 Buckingham St.
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