Feel like experiencing Auckland CBD’s party scene this weekend? Here’s a brief intro into whats on offer. Remember, minimum age for entry into bars/clubs in New Zealand is 18 years and photo ID is required.
Globe Bar: Globe bar is New Zealand’s premium traveller’s bar. There are entertainment shows, wild themes and pool competitions held every night. Globe bar is in Darby Street.
Bungalow 8: Bungalow 8 is a vibrant and ever popular Viaduct Bar. 48 Market Place, Auckland CBD.
Be Club: A popular venue for the Auckland dance community, unparalleled sound system, the best music. 8 Commerce Street, Auckland.
Flight Lounge: One of the best nightclubs in Auckland CBD, stylish. 1 Fort Lane, Auckland CBD.
Devo Nightclub: Cool lighting, lasers, brand new sounds system. 17 Albert Street, Auckland CBD.
Club Deluxe: Top DJs playing selection of house, pop and RnB music, leather VIP booths, marble wall and bar, entertainment and themed events. 146 Karangahape Road, Auckland.
Lenin: Auckland’s premium vodka bar, Russian-Communism theme. 201 Quay Street Auckland CBD.
Provedor: Relaxed and friendly environment, Princes Wharf, 131 Quay Street, Auckland CBD.
The Carpark: Casual, relaxed, easy-going. 1 Lower Hobson Street, Auckland CBD.
Third and Social: Unique social environment, cocktails, funk and classic house music. 3 Galway Street, Auckland CBD.
Northern Steamship Co: This bar boasts a mix of heritage elements (it is located in the 130 year old Northern Steamship Co. Building), classic kiwi elements and modern chic. 122 Quay Street, Britomart.
Sale Street: Large space offering a vibrant bistro dining area, live music, great food. 7 Sale Street.
Britomart Country Club: Garden Bar, stylish, putting green, petanque court, gourmet pizza, high tea, cocktails, live sports, old movies. 31 Galway Street.
Tyler Street Garage: Funky renovated parking garage, home of big, fun nights out, great menu. 120 Quay Street.
Cornerbar Hotel DeBrett: Boutique Bar, quality wines, craft beers, cocktails. Corner High and Shortland Streets, Auckland CBD.
Cassette Number 9: Fun, creative, live entertainment, after parties. 9 Vulcan Lane.
Freddy’s Ice House: Everything inside Freddy’s Ice House is made of ice- walls, glasses, seats. Guest’s are given ice gear to wear including jackets, gloves and boots. Princes Wharf, 201 Quay Street.
Rakinos: On of the best bars in Auckland CBD for live music, 35 High Street.