Monthly Archives: April 2016

Day two hundred and forty four: Open Streets K Road

Open Streets returns to the Auckland CBD this Sunday the 1st of May. This year from 12 noon till 7pm K Road will be closed to traffic between Upper Queen St and Ponsonby Rd. The street will come alive with music, … Continue reading

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Day two hundred and forty three: Kiss Kiss

Auckland’s self styled Chinatown is brimming with excellent Asian eatery options, but the new kid on the block presents a slightly different offering and brings a bit of hipster trend to the area. Kiss Kiss is a new Northern Thai … Continue reading

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Day two hundred and forty two: Kelmarna Gardens Autumn Festival

Kelmarna Gardens is an urban farm and organic garden set on 4 and a half acres in Ponsonby. The somewhat hidden oasis is open to the public year round but this Sunday the 24th of April it is well and … Continue reading

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Day two hundred and forty one: Hobsonville Point

Hobsonville Point, once home to the New Zealand Airforce, is now one of Auckland’s largest new residential developments. The longstanding Hobsonville Point Market is a popular feature of the area and is well worth a visit. The market is compact … Continue reading

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Day two hundred and forty: Hallertau

Hallertau Brewery in Riverhead has been churning out great beers for a good few years now. Over this time the restaurant has gone through a few changes, and the latest renovation has seen arguably one of Auckland’s best beer gardens … Continue reading

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Day two hundred and thirty nine: Beirut

Beirut opened on Fort Street, Auckland around six months ago, since then the restaurant has received wonderful reviews. After a recent visit it is easy to see why. The food is unmistakably Middle Eastern but the way it is prepared … Continue reading

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