Queenstown, New Zealand does early mornings as well as it does late nights. Tucked away in the streets and alleys of Queenstown you're sure to find the perfect brew to kick-start your adrenaline packed day or wake you up after the night before.
Balls and Bangles
Balls and Bangles. Lets get the obvious question out of the way, why the name?
Erik's Fish and Chips
Erik loves cooking traditional Kiwi food, and after more than 30 years in the food industry, Erik decided to open up the best fish and chips restaurants in Queenstown and Wanaka.
Raeward Fresh Queenstown
Raeward Fresh Cafe is a real locals favourite for delicious lunches and coffee catch ups.
The Bathhouse restaurant is a historical gem from 1911; its regal crown-like architecture is like nothing else in Queenstown.
Terra Mia Arrowtown
Experience the delights of Italian home cooking at Terra Mia, Arrowtown.
Patagonia Chocolates Queenstown
A Queenstown and Arrowtown institution, Patagonia Chocolates is THE place to go for a sweet treat in Queenstown. Located on the lake front, Patagonia's central Queenstown cafe has great views of the Remarkables and ample outdoor seating for those sunny summer days.
The Fat Lamb
The Fat Lamb showcases New Zealand produce in a wholesome, tasty and generous way - 'the kiwi way'.
The Fork and Tap
Welcome to the Fork and Tap, Arrowtown's charming historic Restaurant and Bar.
Located on Camp Street (next to St Peters church) seating 70 inside and 60 outside on a private sunny courtyard. Wicked coffee and delicious breakfast await from our early opening time of 6am.
There's something for everyone at Queenstown's newest eatery Yonder