Fashionable Spots to Be Seen at Around NZ

Eight places worth dressing up for around the country

Coco's Cantina. Picture / @cocoscantina.

Coco’s Cantina
The sisters behind Karangahape Rd institution Coco’s Cantina know how to bring in a fashionable crowd - and they don’t even serve raw goods or massaged kale. 
- 376 Karangahape Rd, Auckland

Kiki Beware
This refreshment room hosts different artworks by emerging artists each month - plus it serves up a killer cup of Supreme coffee.
- 344 George St, Dunedin

Orphan’s Kitchen
It could be the pastel-washed walls or the fresh seasonal produce, but you’ll be hard pressed to find a table at Orphan’s Kitchen come Friday night. Skip dinner and join the crew for brunch - the homemade crumpets won’t disappoint.
- 118 Ponsonby Rd, Auckland

Mister D Dining
This cosy Napier local is perfect for a breakfast stop, or pay a a visit to Mister D’s sister bar Monica Loves if you’d prefer a tipple.
- 47 Tennyson St, Napier

Duke Carvell’s Emporium
As good for cocktails as it is for Saturday brunch, Duke Carvell’s is a must when in Wellington.
- 6 Swan Lane, Wellington

Hugo Chang
A taste of Shanghai thrown together with a taste of Soho, Hugo Chang serves up moorish dumplings alongside your favourite cocktails.
- 15B Joll Rd, Havelock North

Memphis Belle Coffee House
You could spend hours enjoying the coffee and the company at Memphis Belle.
- 71-81 Cuba St, Wellington

Smash Palace
This newly refurbished post-quake burger bar combines your favourite greasy food alongside a community atmosphere.
- 172 High St, Christchurch

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