SH1, Main Road, Waikanae
Absolute Steak is famous up and down the coast for fantastic steaks. Taking pride in providing the highest quality of all cuts of steak and a wide range of main dishes, using the freshest of ingredients the region has to offer.
125 Featherston St, Wellington
A great Vietnamese dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere. Combining family recipes straight from the home with fresh meat and produce direct from local suppliers. Add authentic herbs and spices, a cosy interior ambience, and some true Vietnamese hospitality.
2 Grey Street, Wellington
Located in the heart of Wellington’s CBD, Arizona is a great place to meet friends for a casual meal, an after-work drink, or to watch a game on the big screen.
Bolton Hotel, Cnr of Bolton and Mowbray Streets
ARTISAN is in the heart of the Bolton Hotel and showcases New Zealand’s finest produce in a contemporary and unique setting. Diners will enjoy a refined dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere with menus created by executive chef MacLean Fraser.
159 Lambton Qy
Perched on the edge of Midland Park, at the heart of Wellington’s shopping and business districts, Astoria offers a blend of European café culture and the quintessential bustle of Wellington city life.
8 Courtenay Place
Basque is based on the eating and drinking style of northern Spain, specialising in tapas, paella, pizza, Spanish wines, sangria and craft beers.
40 Oriental Pde
Our chef has created an exciting menu using the best of local produce. With a casual, relaxed atmosphere, and a warm and welcoming environment, the Bay Plaza Hotel restaurant offers diners modern New Zealand cuisine prepared with expertise and style, and an impressive wine list.
232 Oriental Pde
Beach Babylon is a retro beachside café and restaurant serving New Zealand cuisine, local Havana coffee, fondues, tropical cocktails, craft beer and wine.
88 Riddiford St, Newtown
Bebemos boasts 60 bottled beers, a revolving selection of taps, and a Latin influenced menu, wines and cocktails.
3 Queens Wharf
Bin 44 attract diners, craft-beer and wine drinkers to Queens Wharf. An unpretentious, contemporary styled establishment with affordable, delicious food. The menu boasts familiar items diners will recognise, love and come back again for.
The festival’s centrepiece, showcasing local produce at its best
Join more than 100 of the Wellington region’s eateries who are each offering special set menus showcasing local ingredients and beverages.