38 Local Places for First Date in New Zealand
Offering amazing coffee, it also boasts many other features. One can enjoy a game of pinball or streetfighter, browse over local and international art of a gallery calibre, immense themselves in quality classic and modern vinyl, treat their taste buds to one of the fresh and ever changing toasted sandwiches, gluten free and vegan delights and sample some secret recipe home-made chai tea.
Bowl and Social
We are the new kids on the block. We live life in the fast lane, embracing the thrills and stepping up to the challenge. We are local. We are authentic. And we are unlike anything Hamilton’s seen before… So here’s to the rollers. The local lane dwellers. The alley cats. And the new generation rising from the lanes.Three hundred is the goal, Three-Forty-Six the location. Bowl & Social.
Longtime establishment with a vintage, European feel offering coffee, bistro fare & park views.
Popular venue at a roasting facility featuring gourmet coffee & light fare amid industrial decor.
Chocolate Frog Cafe
Clarence St Theatre
In December 2015, a General Manager was appointed to develop the programming of the theatre, increase its attendance and occupancy and build a sustainable model of theatrical excellence.
We’re thrilled to have been in Hamilton and part of the Claudelands community for close to two years now. Coffee Culture provides a luxurious and inviting environment for locals and visitors. It’s an ideal meeting place for business and pleasure, we have even have a children’s play area to entertain the littlies. Owners Jennifer and Kelvin are long time coffee lovers and Hamilton locals who are committed to providing first class service and great coffee, fast.Come in to sit back, relax and melt your troubles away. With our own Roastery on site, you may even get to see Chris go back to his roots roasting Coffee Culture’s speciality blend.
Embassy Theatre, Wellington
The Embassy Theatre is a movie theatre in Wellington, New Zealand, located at the Eastern end of Courtenay Place in the shadow of Mount Victoria. Originally built in 1924, the building has undergone a series of remodels and changes in ownership.
The newly vamped cinema once again promises to be a treasured gem of the community. Each cinema holds between 49 and 65 people, showing mainstream blockbusters, family movies and art house titles. With an A-grade seismic strength and attention to detail in the service areas, it’s friendly and cosy, with plenty of room alongside each sofa for your coffee, wine or a snack. The Empire Cinema & Eatery is a place to meet, connect, unwind and belong.
Event Cinemas - Chartwell
Modern chain showing mainstream and independent movies, plus international opera, music and ballet.
Brothers & sisters of the revolution! Welcome to Fidel’s. Where the coffee is Cuban and the hospitality is pure New Zealand.This iconic Wellington institution has made its mark as a bohemian bastion on upper Cuba Street. From an early morning espresso, midday brunch, or late night rum; this bustling landmark specialises in being whatever you want it to be.
French Tart Cafe
Great suburban french styled cafe on River Rd Hamilton just north of the Fairfield bridge, open for breakfast (all day), lunch and afternoon tea.
In the heart of Courtenay Place, this store is a great place to drop in and people watch or catch up with a friend over a coffee or gelato.Here you’ll find our largest selection of gelato, 27 flavours in all, served up by friendly staff who can help you select your new favourite.
Lido Cinema - Hamilton
Lilliputt Mini Golf | Ice Age
Lilliputt mini golf is a family owned business run by Fraser Brothers Ltd and its Directors Hamish, Ollie and George Fraser. We believe in the value of family and as brothers we’ve created an environment to bring people together. We strive for growth and achievement through recognising and developing potential in ourselves and our people. Staying true to our values is the core of our business.
Little Peckish Cafe
Massé Incorporated was founded February 11, 1991 and was originally called the Waikato Snooker and 8 Ball Club. The Club was set up by a group of players who loved to play snooker, billiards and pool. Over the years we have grown from one Club in Hamilton to having three additional branches in Glen Eden, New Lynn and Pukekohe. Our membership has also grown from a few dozen members in 1991 to over 13,000 in the past membership year. The achievements of our members over the years has been phenomenal with numerous club members winning nearly every New Zealand title available; representing the club or New Zealand overseas; playing professionally in the UK, and even winning numerous world titles across the sports of snooker and pool.
Memphis Belle Coffee House
We are here to give you an experience through our love ... You guessed it, COFFEE! The awards speak well but the coffee speaks the reality of this one!
Metro by Hoyts Hamilton
Cinema chain offering blockbusters and indie films, plus kids' programs and live music screenings.
Mojo St James
Raglan Roast Coffee
You won't find men in white coats and high tech equipment with machines going 'Bing', but more of a barefoot roasters atmosphere where the locals and travellers all gather to enjoy great coffee at prices that will take you back in time. Raglan Roast was started with an old coffee machine at the back of our kite surfing shop because we wanted our coffee great and fast and affordable.
Reading Cinemas - Courtenay
Reading Cinemas - North City
Rocket Coffee Roasters
Nestled in the heart of New Zealand’s movie-making capital, Miramar, Wellington, The Roxy Cinema is one of the city’s leading attractions.Quite simply, The Roxy has brought back the romance and magic of cinema to New Zealand. The Roxy Cinema opened its doors on 1 April 2011 after an extensive $6 million rebuild. The cinema began life as The Capitol Theatre in 1928, before being converted into a shopping mall, Capitol Court, in the late 1960s.
Entertainment complex featuring a casino, several restaurants & bars, live events & a bowling alley.
Seattle-based coffeehouse chain known for its signature roasts, light bites and WiFi availability.
TasteBuds Coffee Shop
The Cook - Cafe & Bar
Opposite Steele Park on Cook Street in Hamilton East, The Cook - Cafe & Bar is a great spot to eat, drink and socialise in a truly historic setting The building is Hamilton's second oldest building and has been carefullyrestored, and recently earthquake strengthened. Great locally roasted coffee, tasty winter Menu, and a great range of New Zealand mainstream and craft beers on tap and a wine list that will features New Zealands most known wineries.
The Flight Coffee Hangar
Relaxed cafe serving house-brewed coffee, sandwiches & light eats in a trendy space.
The Meteor Theatre
Black-box theater showcasing a lineup of plays, music, dance, comedy & more, plus a bar/cafe.
Urge Coffee & Tea Boutique
Urge-the coffee & tea boutique, is an award winning retail store and cafe situated in the Hamilton CBD. This business has been running for over 60 years, and has been trading as Urge since December 2001.Urge has over 20 different coffee blends and roasts which can be sold as beans or ground coffee.