Boys Night on the town, time to rally the wolf pack and paint the town red!! Drinking Games, Anarchy and lost memories all await!
Located in the centre of Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour, O’Hagans Irish bar is a prime example of a traditional Irish pub.
Overflowing with original Irish charm the d��cor is warm and authentic, but O’Hagans has so much more to offer.
Delight in the atmosphere of Auckland’s beautiful waterfront from our fantastic outside seating area, relaxing with a pint of Guiness or savouring some homemade Irish cuisine.
On the weekend nights kick back and enjoy the Live Music till the early hours.
Our range of widescreen tv’s show all sports events all day long for you to watch at your leisure, and add some extra excitement with our inhouse TAB.
101 - 103 Custom Street West,
Spring is upon us and the sun is finally shining! The Backyard has everything you need to enjoy the warmer weather and longer days.
31 Northcote Road,
Brew on Quay is a central city pub in the heart of Auckland City specilaising in botique beers. With 102 different beers at 102 Quay st. We also have three different sized function rooms making us ideal for your next special occasion.
102 Quay Street,
Fox’s Alehouse – Home of Sport in Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour.
Fox’s is an up market English style Sports Bar smack bang in the middle of Auckland’s beautiful Viaduct Harbour. Fox’s boasts a warm welcoming pub atmosphere with traditional Pommy/Kiwi pub fare, Sport on the telly and all the special home comforts that will keep you coming back for more.
Our friendly staff will take your order from your table so you can sit back and relax and enjoy the view before getting stuck into something tasty on the menu, but first you’ll have to try something local on tap, with 11 different beers to chose from.
Our toasty warm open fireplaces, snuggly booth seating, long tables and comfortable spaces we can easily accommodate large group bookings and families.
85 Customs Street West,
Part of the Mac's Brewbar collective is the Nuffield Street Trading Company seated on the stylish Nuffield Street of the Newmarket shopping district. It is part and parcel of the Mac's Brewery belief that one's drinking pleasure is greatly enhanced when surrounded by others who share that same discerning taste - which was how (and why) the Mac Brewbars came to be.
Mac's Nuffield Street carries on the Mac's philosophy, offering their limited edition brews on tap, but also with amazing gastro pub food to go with. Nuffield Street is a cool, intimate bar, but with plenty of space for groups of all size, even allowing for group bookings and functions in Auckland.
25 Nuffield Street,
Formerly known as Mermaids Bar, Mons Venus is an adult entertainment venue with stage shows on three separate levels. In a world first, the bar also features striptease mermaids in a viewing tank set into the wall.
13 Gore Street,
The Normanby Hotel, where Kiwi Hospitality begins.
Unpretentious and friendly, what Kiwi’s are famous for the world over. We make all our customers feel like locals: a welcome refreshment in modern times. A diverse menu includes gourmet pizzas and pastas, steak, pork ribs, burgers and many other popular Kiwi favourites. Our restaurant, serves lunch and dinner every day, plus brunch on Saturday and Sunday. The menu is sourced from local produce.
37 Normanby Road,
The Northern Steamship Co. is located in a 100 year old building in the heart of the emerging Britomart precinct, close to Auckland's Viaduct Harbour, the ferry terminal and Vector Arena.
As it gets dark we have some of the top DJ’s in the city play every Friday and Saturday nights, from T-Rice to R.I.A, and live music on Thursday nights, plus all the big games on the big screens.
122 Quay Street,
Showgirls is Auckland's hottest nightclub with New Zealand’s sexiest dancers.
Full bar, shows, special effects; plus private dances, VIP suites and stag shows available.
Non-stop entertainment 7 nights a week.
55 Customs Street East,
Come along to the White House in Auckland, for an interactive show with our beautiful ladies. The venue has three fully licensed bars, two smoking decks and pool tables.
371 Queen Street,
Established in 1847, the Windsor is one of the earliest surviving hotels in Auckland. The neighbourhood pub has been resurrected and is at the ready to serve the good people of Auckland. Serving gasto pub food in a comfortable yet unpretentious environment.
The Windsor Castle,
144 Parnell Road,