Good Bars In Dunedin

If you are visiting Dunedin we recommend the following bars:

inch bar
Inch Bar is a  small bar with lots of ambience. A lot of top class local bands perform here on a regular basis. The bar is located near the North East Valley end of town. It really pays to check out the events of this wonderful place. Address: 8 Bank Street, Opoho 9010, Facebook Page:

Mou Very Bar

Mou Very self-proclaimed as the smallest bar in New Zealand, Mou Very is truly tiny. Measuring up to 1.5 metres wide by 8 meters long it is not to be underestimated. You may meet famous Dunedin musicians, philosophers and other great people with a social heart. Also it is worth noting that Emmerson’s beer is served at $7.50 a pint (500ml) which is about the price it retails in supermarkets. Mou Very often hosts live gigs and comes nothing short of highly recommendable. Address: 357 George Street, Central Dunedin, Facebook Page:

Tonic Bar

Tonic Bar offers a large range of boutique beers and spirits with a smile. No matter  your taste buds, from gorgeous single malt whiskeys to rarely found Belgian beers, Tonic offers the lot. The bar keeper is extremely friendly and the bar offers a relaxed atmosphere to socially engage with like minded peers. Address: 138 Princes Street, Central Dunedin,

Duke of Wellington

Duke of Wellington ‘Purveyor Of Fine Ales’ offers a rarely seen collection of international beers on tap. This bar is ideal for the ‘warm up’ or a few ‘quiet ones’. The bar has an extraordinary layout with very high roof sealing, chandeliers, and impressive furniture. It is very tastefully decorated and draws a fair few people in the early hours of the evening. Prices are high but hey, it is a unique opportunity to sample very special beers in good atmosphere. Address: 1 Queens Gardens, Central Dunedin, Facebook Page:


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