Recommended Historic Auckland Pubs

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Historic Auckland Pubs

With so much history surrounding Auckland there is no shortage of historic pubs to choose from. Whether you fancy half timbered, rambling watering holes or small but perfectly formed pubs in central Auckland you'll be spoilt for choice with the selection of historic pubs in and around Auckland.
With a rich history beginning over 170 years ago, The Bluestone Room continues her legacy as one of Auckland’s most vibrant and contemporary bar, restaurant, function and wedding venues in the heart of Auckland City. Located on Durham Lane, just off Queen Street, it combines history with modern New Zealand craft beer. Happy hour from 5pm everyday. Auckland's original live music venue runs Live & Late, every Friday & Saturday night from 9:30pm, including our specialty cocktails. A worldly mix of roots music, jazz, soul and cooking rhythms, presenting a cinematic soundtrack for the midnight hour. The venue space has been designed with versatility in mind, and can cater to a host of function styles from corporate events, award dinners, fashion shows to anniversaries and weddings. The Bluestone Rooms superbly restored heritage features native volcanic stone, Kauri beams, wood panels – paired with perfectly curated styling makes this venue a stand out in Auckland’s landscape.
9 - 11 Durham Lane,
Auckland,
1010
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Huapai Tavern in Huapai, Auckland, is a traditional style pub with large covered outdoor garden bar, TAB, 18 gaming machines, bistro menu, big screen and live music on Fridays.
State Highway 16,
Auckland,
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The Kaukapakapa Village Hotel is a country hotel with a warm, casual environment situated in a peaceful rural setting. Kaukapakapa is located in Auckland's Rodney district.
3 North Crescent,
Auckland,
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The Kings Arms in Newton is Auckland's premiere rock 'n' roll venue. It's the most reliable venue to catch an earful of what's going down in the local live rock scene, as well as hosting plenty of international acts passing through.
59 France Street,
Auckland,
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The Puhoi Pub & Hotel is a historic rural pub established in 1879. Just forty minutes north of Auckland, the Puhoi Pub & Hotel has an excellent outdoor area during the summer months holding 2,000 people.
Ahiroa Road,
Auckland,
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Queens Ferry Hotel was established in 1865 and is regarded as the oldest serving pub in New Zealand. 140 years on, Queens Ferry Hotel now offers a gastro-pub menu in Central Auckland. A healthy range of Monteith's beer, popular New Zealand wines and bar staff who are as warm and friendly as the olde world charm of the surroundings.
12 Vulcan Lane,
Auckland,
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Nestled on the shores of the upper Waitemata, The Riverhead is steeped in local history and was a vital part of the development of early New Zealand.
Corner Queen & York,
Auckland,
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The Wade Hotel in Silverdale is a great little local bar and bistro.
2 Tavern Road,
Auckland,
0632
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