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Best bars in Mount Victoria

Lounge
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“I go here for some delish desert..its on the 3rd storey of some dinghy entrance off Courtney Place, like a secret spot.. but dont let that fool you..., its cosy, warm and has a chillout vibe - decorated like a library with books all around and comfy sofas to lounge...cool place to hangout.. check out website for opening hours”
53 locals recommend
Asian Restaurant
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“Delicious Asian food adding a modern twist. Known as much for their awesome cocktail menu as much as the food. This is on the pricey side of things so be warned.”
11 locals recommend
Bar
“On Tuesday nights they host Mundo Lingo, where you can meet up with people from all over the world and practice a new language. You get a discount on the drinks when you participate!”
12 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Three enormous fridges full of beer, a menu with several pages for each style, good snacks and knowledgeable bar staff.”
12 locals recommend
Bar
5 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“This place does delicious cocktails and are well known for the salted caramel homemade rum. You MUST get it on the rocks.”
5 locals recommend
Bar
“Great for some drinks looking out to Oriental bay. The salt and pepper squid is particularly good.”
5 locals recommend
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2 locals recommend
Bar
“Good food, desserts and cocktails! You have to order the sliders and their oven-baked wedges with bacon and cheese. ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“If you can make it this place does a nice brunch - $7.00 grilled breakfast. Not huge but a nice start to the day. Along with extra mushrooms and chai latte we have a nice breakfast for $27 for two”
4 locals recommend
Bar
“A great bar for the not so young. They usually have monkey nuts on the table which you eat and discard the shells on to the floor. Great decor too. Also serve food.”
4 locals recommend
Bar
“Good atmos, retro 60s, 70s, 80s music, friendly staff and patrons, 2 for 1 deals daily, yummy bar food, 2 mins walk from apartment”
2 locals recommend
Bar
“The home of queer, feminist, and avant-garde performance in Wellington - drag kings and queens, poetry, naked folks reading, burlesque cabarets - you name it, it's at the Fringe. Bonus stage karaoke after the show on Friday nights. Shows are affordable (up to $25 or so) and many are free or have sliding scales. ”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“A proper old fashioned pub. And they're Welsh! What's not to love about that? http://www.welshdragonbar.co.nz/”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“check out the mechanical bull - good entertainment even if you're just watching!”
3 locals recommend