Welcome to our choice of the best Wellington late night bars and clubs. It’s also worth checking out the Wellington music scene if you are visiting New Zealand’s capital in search of some thrumming night life. We promise it won’t take much effort to find it! Wellington is home to tons of pubs, cocktail bars, wine bars and live music venues which cater for just about every taste going. Whether you want plain-and-simple boozy partying or after dark locations offering something rather more sophisticated and tasteful. Wellington’s proximity to the wine-producing Wairarapa region means the wine choice is top-notch while most pubs offer plenty of choice for the craft beer enthusiast; cocktail wise, expect everything from the classics to the downright quirky.
Enjoy a craft beer or two as part of your classic Wellington late night partying!
Havana (Wigan Street – great cocktails and weekend dancing – google it – behind Cuba Street)
Hawthorn Lounge (Tory Street – Te Aro – modelled after a 1920s gentlemen’s club!)
Goldings (Leeds Street, Te Aro – Free-house ‘Dive bar’ for all beer lovers)
Mishmosh (Allen Street & Courtenay Place)
Alice Cocktail Bar (Forresters Lane, Te Aro – quirky but splendid, cocktails served in teapots if you please!)
Laundry (Cuba Street – also good for a dance after midnight on a Friday & Saturday)
Wayward (off Adelaide Road also live bands here)
Bangalore Polo (Courtenay Place – known for its opulence, diverse menu and late night dancing!)
Bodega (Ghuznee Street – top notch music venue and bar)
San Fran (Cuba Street – hosting the greatest local and international live bands, DJ’s and comedians)
Meow (Edward Street, Te Aro – eat, drink & gigs!)
Electric Avenue (Courtenay Place – party bar, wood fire pizzas & dancing)
Laundry (Cuba Street – also good for a dance after midnight on a Thursday, Friday & Saturday)
Please feel free to contact the team at What To Do In Wellington for more details and a specific late night itinerary
Please note most venues now have to close by 4am
Also of interest – Michael Fowler Centre, St Opera House, Bats Theatre, Downstage, St James. Independent licensed cinemas showcasing local and international films.
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