The humble, artefact-filled Richmond Cottage was built in 1854 across St Aubyn St, and was moved to its present site in the early 1960s....
The austere Church of St Mary, built in 1846, is NZ's oldest stone church and its newest cathedral! Its graveyard has the headstones of...
Run by a non-profit private trust, this groovy cinema, found up a mirror-clad stairwell (this has to be an old nightclub, doesn't it?),...
Not so much chaotic as endearingly boho, Chaos is a dependable spot for a coffee and a zingy breakfast. Beans with bacon, avocado and...
37 Brougham St · interesting places nearby
André L’Escargot information
Audaciously serving snails in the ’naki since 1976, we doff our beret to the man who has no doubt raised the bar and kept it there. All classic French fare, indulgent and largely gout-inducing, plus killer cocktails. 'Casual elegance' is the catch-cry here.