Local Businesses in Wellington
We found 15423 local businesses in Wellington
65 Upper Queen Street, Eden Terrace, Auckland 1010
17B Moxham Avenue, Hataitai, Wellington 6021
(04) 499 7702
Lyall Parade, Lyall Bay, Wellington 6022
(04) 387 4539
"I love Maranui and have always been a fan... Everytime a friend or a family member comes to Wellington, I take them straight form the airport to Maranui... The best views, vibe, milkshakes and...pancakes!!! YUM!"
"Maranui’s popular at all times of year, and especially in summer due to its close proximity to the beach. But I actually like it best in the colder months, when it’s stormy and grey outside (and there aren’t queues out the door). I get a coffee and sit in the window and watch the waves break against the beach – it’s really quite poetic."
234 Cuba Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
"The scones at Fidels are massive (think twice the size of your average cafe scone) and 100% delicious, with a sprinkle of cinnamon on the top to set them apart from others."
"Can't go wrong with Fidels! Their smoothies are awesome, same with the cakes! Also the staff are always really friendly! #darkhorse"
1 Scotland Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1011
"Ecostore in Freemans Bay is the official home of the brand of the same name and stocks so of the best household products around for the environmentally friendly. The stock bulk sizes to refill your favourite products and save money, and have great gift ideas in store too like beautiful bed linen and beauty products like their famous Body Butter. Their book selection is inspired and very educational, and for budding vege and herb growers they have a wonderful collection of tools and great advice."
39 Abel Smith Street, Te Aro, Wellington
"Wednesday night Kroon for your Kai - an opportunity for local musicians to strut their material to a live crowd: Here is AJ Crawshaw Band ending the night: get their single on ITunes they are amazing!!"
5 Courtenay Place, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
"This place is so topsy turvy, anyone and everyone can fit in without being out of place! They serve the best milkshakes ever! Peanut butter milkshakes for breakfast? Yes please! Fried chicken waffles? Best breakfast experience ever! This place is so warm, the staff are always so friendly and so incredibly nice, definitely a go to place for whatever mood really! They have such a neat selection of pies and tarts too!"
178 Cuba Street, Wellington Central, Wellington 6011
"Perhaps the hippest little cafe on Cuba, serving inexpensive gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian treats until (very!) late. As you might expect, the Havana coffee served here is amongst the best in town. There is a mind-boggling amount of choice here, if you're anything like me you'll need a good five minutes to take it all in. All day brunch is a winner, the vegan hash brown stack being an absolute high point, whilst you really should believe the nacho hype. Hipster and student friendly."
"It can be a hard road for pie-loving vegetarians, but Midnight Espresso, the iconic Wellington cafe, usually has one on offer in its cabinet. It’s usually a generous portion, heavy on the pumpkin, with a side of relish; sometimes it’s even vegan (!). Midnight Espresso serves Havana coffee, and I highly recommend their carrot cake if you’re in the mood for a sweet treat after."
170 Cuba Street, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
(04) 802 5266
"Having viewed the video on localist my partner insisted we try their menu - so we are here in the garden enjoying the wonderful atmosphere , great garden area , and fab live music"
"Olive's been around for a long time, but until fairly recently, it felt like it was resting on its laurels a bit. Sure, the food was good, the coffee well made, the location central... but you got the impression the staff knew it, too, and not in a good way. But all of that's changed since the restaurant got a snappy new makeover, and now the service is attentive and the menu's had an exciting refresh. Consider me back onboard with Olive."
Cnr College & Tory Streets, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
(04) 384 9906
"Lovers of authentic, no-frills, pure Italian Neopolitan pizza: rejoice! You are about to be treated to a slice like no other. This weekend The Auckland Food Show will host the first heat of the World Pizza Championship. More than two dozen of our pizza masters from around the country will battle it our to grab their spot at the world champs held in Italy in April next year. The perks for Wellingtonians are that two of the judges, Johnny Di Francesco (owner and pizza chef at Melbourne’s 400 Gradi Pizzeria and winner of the 2014 world championship), and Paolo Aggio (head of research and product development from the 5 Stagioni pizza flour mill), along with Tom Kirton of Tommy Millions, will hand craft the adored cuisine right in front of your eyes at Moore Wilsons. Of course, only the freshest flour, buffalo mozzarella, whole peeled tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, salt and fresh basil will be used to create the perfect Neopolitan slice. This is not to be missed, especially if you love free pizza! Monday August 4th, 4 - 6pm at Moore Wilson’s Tory Street. Free for everyone!"
"An amazing selection of yummy treats! Plus, their fruit and vegetables are by far the best in terms of quality."
55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington
(04) 381 7000
"Returning to New Zealand and presenting in Wellington for the first time, National Geographic Live presents two extraordinary adventurers to share their unbelievable stories in an audio visual feast that will have audiences at the edge of their seats. Coral, Fire, & Ice sees legendary underwater photographer David Doubilet cast a spell of enchantment with the glittering beauty of the world’s “coral triangle’’ and the lure of sculptural icebergs and shipwrecks in the icy waters of Antarctica. Appealing to those inspired by travel, exploration, discovery – and who value the National Geographic Society’s mission to inspire people to care about the planet – National Geographic Live is for adventurers, thinkers, nature lovers and explorers of all ages. In “Coral, Fire, and Ice,” he takes audiences across three continents. First, to the rich and diverse waters of Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea, part of the “coral triangle” that is the centre of the world in terms of marine biodiversity. Then, journeying south to the cold ice filled waters of Antarctica, Doubilet moves through and under the ice to capture images of the hidden world of the leopard seal, penguins, shipwrecks and his newest work on the sculptural beauty of icebergs. Finally, his photographic journey takes audiences up north to Canada’s Gulf of St. Lawrence to capture an extraordinary world of whales, wolfish, salmon, and harp seals, a remarkable creature fighting to survive in a world of shrinking sea ice. David’s personal challenge is to create a visual voice for the world’s oceans and to connect people to the incredible beauty and silent devastation happening within the invisible world below. His images are prized for both their scientific value and their aesthetic beauty. He is endowed with a keen sense of humor and the ability to speak poetically about his subjects. Te Papa, Thursday August 7th, 7:30pm – 9:00pm "
"It’s tempting to think that once you’ve been to Te Papa once you’ve seen it all, but it’s worth a repeat trip once or twice a year, especially if you’ve got kids – it’s impossible to cram every floor into one visit. The giant squid and accompanying 3D video; kid’s zone in amongst the natural history exhibit; and hologram show about Maori settlement are highlights."
4 Rintoul Street, Newtown, Wellington 6021
"Burger joints aren't all that difficult to spot in Wellington, but finding one with a classic diner twist can be. Monterey tops the list-- any place serving fried pickles in New Zealand immediately screams Americana to me. While you're waiting for your meal, flex your drawing skills on the paper tablecloth while Paul Simon persuades you to call him Al. Try the float, combining any Six Barrel Soda with vanilla bean ice cream. The halloumi burger is a must for any vegetarians (and many non-veges, too, I suspect-- it's that good!), or go with the salad for a healthier version that doesn't leave anything out on taste."
"This San Francisco-style dinner encourages you to relax with a piece of pie, bottomless coffee, a burger – sometimes even mulled wine. There’s no street-front windows, so it’s easy to forget how wet and wild the weather is outside, and there are board games, a small library of sorts and always great music playing if you want to wile away an entire afternoon."