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Karangahape Road. Auckland.

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( 1 Review ) Tags: alternative, dj, gay, hetro friendly

twice monthly thursday night club

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Wine Cellar

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Best picks NZ wine on the cheap

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Sri Penang

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Awesome Malaysian Food Lunch & Dinner

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Contemporary art gallery

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D.O.C. Bar

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Neighbourhood bar for inner-city dwellers.

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Gay Friendly / Shops & Markets


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Bookstore, project space

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Not a neighborhood per se, Karangahape [colloquially shortened to 'K'] Road is Auckland's alternative main street. Running from the dilapidated Symonds Street cemetery to the more upmarket Ponsonby Road, K Road has more vintage clothing stores / cafes / bars / live music per square metre than anywhere else in Auckland [maybe]. Sociologically, K Road is a kind of surrogate 'hood for any subculture which isn't big enough in Auckland to have its own 'area', which means by night it can be a weird mix of flannel-clad altbros, 8 foot tall drag queens, wayward clubbers, hen's nights and homelessness. Sometimes hard to tell who's who.

Karangahape Road on Wikipedia

Tags: bars, cafes, fashion, food, music, nightlife, vintage

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