New Openings This Week

Get a taste for a chilled espresso like you have never tried and other new flavours around town

Outspoken Coffee. Picture / Supplied

Freshly Brewed
Outspoken Coffee is a tiny cart created by John Waltmann that has popped up on Waiheke Island, serving cups of refreshing Kokako nitro cold brew. If you haven’t tried this before, it’s coffee poured in a similar way to a beer, giving it a slight fizz and a creamier texture than espresso on ice. John’s been hanging out at Little Oneroa Beach over the weekend — follow them on Instagram to keep up with their schedule.
• Visit

Daily Bread. Picture / Supplied

Slice of Heaven
Bread might be the main drawcard, but the tempting shelves of Daily Bread — a brand new bakery, deli, and cafe from the Orphans Kitchen team — mean it’s hard to leave without an armful of treats.

You can pop in and pick up a loaf of still-warm bread and a rich cup of Coffee Supreme to take away, or head out to their sunny courtyard for a sit-down breakfast (with a side of dog-spotting). You can build your own breakfast or choose from the thoughtful menu, and the space is so open that as you line up to order, trays of brioches, croissants and danishes pop in and out of ovens and pastries are glazed before your eyes.

With treats galore and organic, naturally fermented bread to be had, Daily Bread is worth treating yourself to almost as often as its name suggests.
• 1210 Great North Rd, Pt Chev. Visit

The Candy Store. Picture / Supplied

Sweet Spot
Some of the minds behind Major Sprout, Camper Coffee and Geeks on Sainsbury have come together to create The Candy Store, a new all-day offering in Newmarket. From Korean-style pancakes for breakfasts to pasta and dumplings for dinner, each dish is packed with freshness and flavour. And the experts they have on board means coffee is sure to be perfect, every time.
• 2-8 Osbourne Lane, Newmarket. Visit


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