Excuse me if I gush a while, this place deserves it.
Just past the Bucket Fountain, on, a little, up the street.
To your left there lies a corridor, down which things, they are, well, sweet.
Whether you’ve come to drink the night away, or nose poke, for a look.
Swing the doors, inhale, smile, it’s the right decision that you’ve took.
I love this place. The Horn has been a Wellington institution since it opened in 1963. Serving Wellington’s soul with fine food, drinks and the very definition of hospitality. The restaurant serves up well prepared cuisine, check out this amazing Rabbit Terrine, my entree.
It can be hard to get your first drink, but once you’ve the attention at the bar, carefully prepared libation will appear with perfect regularity. The staff are tight and love the place they work, you can taste the love in every sip.
A great list, 381 bottles on the back bar and a stellar wine list make this place a real delight. It has been home to many of the talents of New Zealand bartending, and many drinks have popped into existence here, including the Bacchus Riesling and the Falling Water.
Truly a place in the world to visit, cherish and share. Go, Now.
106 Cuba Street
Te Aro 6011, New Zealand
(04) 384 3359
On Google maps, here.
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I also had an amazing dinner at the horn. Well done guys!