63 Fort Street,
(09) 377 3678
Atticus on Fort Street is your late night party venue featuring great tunes, good drinks and a relaxed atmosphere. Check Atticus out today.
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I hosted a party on Friday the 18th of May in the downstairs area at Atticus. It is a great space with lots of cool furniture.The bar staff were awesome putting a great cocktail making training! Tina was super friendly and nothing was a problem.We will definitely book Atticus again in Summer. Loved it!!!CheersFrom the www.stripofmeat.com team :-)
I flew in for a concert was looking for a nice place for a drink, came upon atticus and the bar manager was not only polite but friendly! First aucklander i've come across that was both. It's my new fave spot every time I come to auckland now, thanks Tina.
I popped in here for a few drinks with some friends after work and was met by a very friendly bar tender. The menu at Atticus is fabulous and the 42 flavours of 42below are something to be tried for sure. We will be back in soon for sure!! thanks guys!!
Used Atticus for a staff function - Extremely disappointed with the duty manager. Despite having met us numerous times, she didn't acknowledge or welcome us on time until approached.
We provided our own catering and we advised that some would need to be heated - she asked me how to heat the food, cause she doesn't cook! her bar staff had to jump in when she said she would microwave it.
Tables were not provided for the food to be set on and we had to run around finding some spares.
Then when the manager thought no one was watching helped herself to our food!!
The music was terrible and when asked for it to be changed, we were told this was not an option!
Not recommended at all!
Visited Atticus the other night and caught Adam Stevenson - what an awesome night and a great new venue. Have to add Atticus to my list of regular downtown Auckland haunts.
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