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Pot Luck — Friday 16 February

The Metro Dining Newsletter!

Forest — Through the Forest

A revived vegetarian restaurant, now a little more casual, on Dominion Rd.

The Curation of MICHAEL LETT

Home is Where the Art is.

Metro X ChristchurchNZ

Ada — Native Hearth

Ada’s new menu is blessed by the shades of nuns and visiting kēhua.

Southern Hospitality

Metro X ChristchurchNZ

Paris Butter — A dish inside a dish inside a dish

A reminder of what the fine-dining fuss is all about.

Pot Luck — Friday 9 February

née Metro Eats.

The Official Metro Christmas Gift Guide 2023

Unsure what to buy someone but don’t want to end up giving the same presents as everyone else? We got you.

Metro Eats! — Friday 8 December

With thanks to Stella Artois.

Metro Eats! Friday 1 December

With thanks to Stella Artois!

IN THE BEGINNING

Smuggling booze, full-moon parties and sex in the pohutukawa grove: BOB HARVEY reports on a transformational decade for Auckland’s nightlife. With thanks to Campari

Toana'i at Metita

Metro x SkyCity

Osteria Uno on opening up and Bon Appetit

Metro x Stella Artois

Metro Eats — Friday 6 October

This month in fast food + A giveaway from Thaiger!

Three-peat: an Italian trio

We visit Farina, Cornelia and San Marco.

Authenticitaly — We visit Bossi, a new-ish spot in the inner city

The restaurant delivers serious Italian cooking with a straight face and proper attention to detail; it isn’t afraid to serve more difficult or obscure dishes.

Great Import — A trip to Spiga, Remuera's local Italian

There is nothing stuffy or old-world about this thoughtfully playful Italian restaurant in this thoughtfully playful alleyway in Remuera.

Huami

SkyCity, 87 Federal St, Central city

Masu

SkyCity Grand Hotel, 90 Federal St, Central city

Cocoro

56A Brown St, Ponsonby

Depot

86 Federal St, Central city

Kazuya

193 Symonds St, Eden Terrace

Lillius

19 Khyber Pass Rd, Grafton

Mela

5 City Rd, Central city

Paris Butter

166 Jervois Rd , Herne Bay

Pasture

235 Parnell Rd, Parnell

Ponsonby Road Bistro

165 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby

Sid at the French Café

210 Symonds St , Eden Terrace

Sidart

Level 1, Three Lamps Plaza, 283 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby

The Grove

St Patrick’s Square, Wyndham St, Central city

The Lodge Bar

Commercial Bay,7 Queen St , Central city

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Metro N°441 is Out Now.

It’s our annual, inflation-busting ‘Where to Eat for Less Than $25’ list (with thanks to Uber Eats) issue! PLUS the Summer Books Special and the Auckland Property Report Card (with thanks to Barfoot and Thompson). Also, Sir Bob Harvey looks into the missing treasures in our museums and talks to Jacqui Knight about monarch butterflies. AND NOT ONLY THAT: Emil Scheffmann looks into our secondary art market, Matthew Hooton and Morgan Godfery look into the new government, Jamie Wall into the tennis, Hana Pera Aoake into the Māori response to the war in Palestine and Abby Howells into being the lion in the Wizard of Oz. We also find the 10 Best Bakeries in Auckland, a great recipe for a Japanese Breakfast and the king of the supermarket pasta brands. All this and much, much more.

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