Explore Dunedin's curious, delectable and beautiful cafes, restaurants and bars. From hearty pub meals to fine dining experiences there is much to sample and enjoy.
With Dunedin being home of the iconic Speight’s Brewery it is no surprise that the very first Speight’s Ale House restaurant and bar opened inside the Brewery.
It is a place where people come to have a beer and watch the rugby, with a great restaurant and to top it off great service in a relaxing family-friendly environment.
The Hill Cafe and Bar is situated in a historic building known for many years as “The Shiel Hill Tavern”.The menu features local and seasonal food, showcasing the very best of Otago and Southland meat, fish and produce.
The Hill is open Tuesday to Sunday for Brunch, Lunch, Dinner and private functions; it is an all day affair. The Hills' captivating panoramic view of Dunedin’s coastline makes it the ultimate dining experience.
The Lone Star has been serving up legendary meals in Dunedin since 1993 and has earned its place as one of Dunedin’s most loved dining experiences. Now located in George Street, the newly renovated venue still offers its famous dish's including Dixie Chicken, Rockin Ribeye and of course Redneck Ribs.
Brilliant family dining at this colourful new restaurant, where you will find authentic Mexican & Latin American flavours and loads of dining options.
Here is your chance to discover some of the hidden cuisine gems of Dunedin. Homegrown showcases local establishments including bakeries, brewery's and other food venues waiting for you to experience this winter.
The Otago Farmers Market is one of Dunedin's "must-do" culinary activities. Held every Saturday morning in the iconic Dunedin Railway Station's car park, the market is where local vendors showcase their fresh produce including fruit, vegetables, fish, cheese, meat and wine. You may also wish to experience a famous "Bacon Buttie", a quality cup of coffee or a decadent locally baked pie or croissant.
Quick Brown Fox is an organic-coffee liqueur with a clever hint of cinnamon in its tail. Proudly hand-crafted in Dunedin using a specially roasted blend of coffee from local roasters, Strictly Coffee. The intense and complex flavours from a blend of three coffees work well in cocktails and desserts or neat, as a digestif.
Located in the Southern Cross Hotel, Dunedin Casino offers visitors an unparalleled entertainment experience. The breathtaking interior features opulent gaming rooms, original mosaic floors and a sweeping grand staircase reaching to a magical glass dome roof. Dunedin Casino is stand alone in New Zealand in its ability to offer the opulence and grandeur of yesteryear combined with first class gaming.