Cheers to the end of 2016

We’ve put to­gether a list of five of the best bars to pop into:

Central Leader - - LIFESTYLE & LEISURE -

If you’re some­one who likes to make the most out of the sum­mer sun, you won’t be dis­ap­pointed at Mr Toms.

The cosy bar sits on the sunny side of the street and is al­ways buzzing in sum­mer. Why not catch up with some friends over some cold bevies and one of Mr Toms fa­mous rus­tic-baked piz­zas?

Brit­o­mart Coun­try Club, CBD

You can’t go wrong with af­ter work drinks at the largest court­yard bar in New Zealand. Brit­o­mart Coun­try Club’s lush green­ery, giv­ing it that epony­mous coun­try vibe will ease you into the night.

If you’re feel­ing peck­ish, try a wood fired pizza, a burger or choose from a range of mouth wa­ter­ing nib­bles.

Lit­tle Easy, Pon­sonby

This bar in the heart of Pon­sonby of­fers happy hour every day from 4pm - 7pm. You can grab a pint of ale or glass of wine for un­der $10. What more could you want than to pick up a de­li­cious burger for $10 too?

Union Post Brew­bar, Eller­slie

Union Post Brew­bar is sit­u­ated near Eller­slie train sta­tion so it’s no sur­prise this bar is al­ways buzzing af­ter work.The full Mac’s beer range is avail­able fresh from the tap and to help get you through the Mon­day blues and there’s a two for one pizza deal every week.

Spit­ting Feathers, CBD

This in­ner city bar has one of the best Happy Hours in town.

There are daily food and drink spe­cials with $3 Heineken on Thurs­days.

If you’re want­ing to es­cape Auck­land for the night, sit back and en­joy one of their crafty im­ported beers. It’s af­ford­able and re­lax­ing, with de­li­cious pub meals on of­fer too.

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