Gear Eatery and Bar
1 Okawai Road, Aotea
Burger: The Homestead Butcher
Get Fixed Bicycle Café
10 Wi Neera Drive
Burger: Get Smashed
Pop-up event: All About Bicycles: The Basics with Beers
109 Mana Esplanade, Paremata
Burger: Las Can-Eat-Us
Cocktail: One Night in Jalisco
Whitby Co-op Kitchen & Bar
69 Discovery Drive, Whitby
Burger: Snap Crackle Pop
The Beer Engine
31 Whitehouse Road, Titahi Bay
Nestled in picturesque Titahi Bay, The Beer Engine is a craft beer experience too good to pass up. With indoor and outdoor seating, can and rigger-filling options and food from local favourite t bay café, you can’t go wrong. Make a day of it in the Bay.
20 Parumoana Street
Newly established in the heart of Porirua, Abandoned Brewery is a true micro-brewery with a never say die attitude. With an array of bevvies on tap, there’s something for every beer fan. Stay and sip or grab a takeaway. Karaage Kid’s tasty eats are the perfect match for your brew of choice.
What’s better than a refreshing cold drink on a hot summer’s day? If you’ve been shopping, hiking or hitting the beach in Porirua and need a quick pick-me-up, we have just the fix for you!
3B Kilkerran Place, Porirua City Centre.
From the soft halo light of their ‘Kia Ora Porirua’ sign to the aroma of Thai flavours wafting in the air, eating at Aroy will delight your senses and fill your tummy, but not strain your budget. The portion sizes are generous, there are vegan and gluten-free options available and the friendly staff will make you feel at right home.
Take your taste buds on a trip to remember. Te Manawa, our city centre, offers a world of flavours at the tip of your tongue with cuisines from across the globe and the best in local fare.
Looking for a the best places to eat under the sun? If you are looking for a meal with some indoor-outdoor flow, or like your kia with a view over the waters?
You may not be able to travel at the moment, but why not take your taste buds on a trip to remember? Porirua offers a world of flavours at the tip of your tongue with cuisines from across the globe and the best in local fare. Here is just a taster of what is on offer:
Swap out your fish and chips for coffee and eggs benedict at the newest brunch spot in Titahi Bay. It’s popular for its barista-made coffee, fresh baking, great menu and eclectic decor.
“There is no sincerer love than the love of food” – said Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.