Wellington Hospitality is Buzzing With Local Support

Date nights and reunions are back on the menu as Wellington’s favourite bars and restaurants reopen during level offering customers the most fun they’ll have sitting down.

Supporting local has never been more important and there are plenty of options to do so. Wellingtons favourite watering holes are welcoming customers back with (socially distanced) open arms.

Pizza parties are offline at The Realm, where guests can enjoy two hours in a pop-up igloo. Partygoers can imbibe with a drink upon arrival before tucking into a sharing platter of chicken wings, halloumi skewers and onion rings for starters, followed by all you can eat pizza on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

A warm welcome back to Wellington on a Plate with ‘Johnny’s Diner’ back in action, paying homage to the 50s American-style eatery with a decked-out diner offering, The Big John Burger. This time-capsule is around for a limited time at St Johns Bar and Eatery.

Customers can ditch the house for a house vino at Jack Hackett’s and Four Kings. A wo-hour drinks package is available, alongside the Hackett’s platter of onion rings, jalapeno bites, chicken wings, calamari and more.

Concrete Bar is in full swing, alleviating those lockdown blues. Glenlivet Concrete Jungle is whiskey-ing guests away with a wild cocktail on arrival, then a veritable feast of whipped garlic and olive tapenade, baked camembert, calamari, charred coconut cauliflower, fried chicken and beef kebabs.