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Homeland blends a cafe, restaurant and cooking school with a focus on bringing the kai of Aotearoa and the Pacific to the fore. Peter Gordon’s all-day menu focuses on local ingredients, inventive flavours and old classics, including Peter’s famous Turkish eggs. The multi-use space also features a cooking school where Peter teaches the art of cooking for a crowd, baking, salads, roasts and more.

Saint Alice

One of Auckland’s only rooftops that can be fully enjoyed year-round, Saint Alice overlooks Viaduct Harbour from its sun-drenched elevated position. Its casual dining style via large leaners and a menu of sharing plates by chef Maia Atvars feel perfectly designed to accompany the extensive craft beer, wine and cocktail list during afternoons that spontaneously roll into late evenings.

Saint Alice is wheelchair accessible via the lift in 204 Quay St building. Access is up the ramp between Danny Doolans and Coops and to the right. Take the lift to level 1 and enter through the back door to your right when exiting the lift. Alternatively, use the air bridge from the downtown car park. Please make use of the ‘requests’ option when making a booking to inform staff of any special requirements.

Hello Beasty

Owners Stu and Emma Rogan and their energetic team have crafted a vibe that you won’t find imitated anywhere else in the city. Offering a tasty contemporary NZ fusion sharing menu delivering clean, bold flavour profiles with influences from Japan, Korea and China. Bookings are not essential but highly recommended for popular time slots.

Hello Beasty is a fully accessible restaurant. Please make use of the ‘requests’ option when making a booking to inform staff of any special requirements.


ans of Parasol & Swing will be excited to discover the latest creation nestled on the lower level of the popular rooftop cocktail bar. Brolly is owner & mixologist Jason Rosen and Adam Neal’s latest project, and it’s here just in time for summer. Described as an ‘aperitif cocktail, wine & shared plates style pop-up’, Brolly serves up modern NZ-style grazing plates, with locally sourced ingredients that will change regularly. The drinks list features natural and organic NZ and Australian labels, Kir Royales (sparkling wine cocktails), and cocktails that can be served in-house or taken away.


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