1. Humbug Cafe
jjprojects: Delicious brunch food, great coffee. Not overly expensive. Popular place, so fairly noisy, especially as the kitchen is exposed. Good separate kids room. Good craft-style drinks selection.
jjprojects: Lovely Mt Atkinson coffee.
3. Mt Atkinson
jjprojects: 360 views of Auckland city, Manukau Harbour and the Waitakere Ranges. Easy walk to the top, or drive.
4. Mexicali Fresh
jjprojects: The Cheese Nachos under the 'Light Meals' menu and a Mexican beer were easily enough for me for dinner. Pretty delicious, too.
5. Hell Pizza
jjprojects: Decent pizza, and I like the Food hygiene grade A certificate they have.
6. Hell Pizza
jjprojects: Please go back to using the nicer tasting olives. They seem to have been changed to those soapy tasting ones.
jjprojects: This is a public, location-based, online art space located next to Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. Any artist is free to Check In at this place and upload images of their own artwork.
8. Titirangi Village
jjprojects: Some great cafes in the village. My faves are Vevo and The Hardware.
jjprojects: Really good cafe. Off the main street, so good to know about if you're not familiar with the village. Friendly staff, great coffee, great atmosphere.
10. Sushi Zen
jjprojects: Friendly staff, relaxing atmos, kid-friendly. Delicious Japanese food. This has become a regular for us when passing by around dinner time.
11. Titirangi Village Kebab
jjprojects: Great view through kauri trees from the kebab shop.
12. The Hardware Cafe
jjprojects: Great that the cafe is open late Wed-Sun, given that people are passing through on the way back from the West Coast beaches.
13. Daikoku Ramen Restaurant
jjprojects: A waitress offered me the dessert of someone at our table who had ordered a set menu but left without eating the dessert. Unexpected and generous. It was a fun experience overall.
14. Michael Lett
jjprojects: Some of the best artists in NZ show here.
15. Studio Art Supplies
jjprojects: Huge range.
jjprojects: Most beautiful suburb in Auckland. Lots of kauri trees.
17. Stripe Cafe
jjprojects: Nice outside courtyard, for those sunny days. Warm fire inside.
18. Red Ned's Gourmet Pies
jjprojects: Over 50 varieties of 50 here. Impressive variety.
19. Clipper Cafe
jjprojects: Clipper just won (2011 Edition) Runner-Up for Best Breakfast in Sydney from http://www.thecoffeeguide.com.au/awards.php
20. Clipper Cafe
jjprojects: Good food, good coffee, good people. This place has become a fav of mine in Glebe. But don't go there because it's getting too busy :)
21. Café 101
jjprojects: Next to the playground. Great if you are taking little kids to the Homemaker Centre
22. Sydney Cellars
jjprojects: There have some good wine and good deals at this place.
23. Well Connected Cafe
jjprojects: The free WiFi is most welcome here. Some powerpoints upstairs too if you need them.
24. La Banette Patisserie
jjprojects: New bakery, just 1 week old (June 17, 2010). Looks good. They gave me a free extra sample just now when I bought a croissant. Nice of them :)"
25. Fair Trade Coffee Company
jjprojects: Disappointed that this place is closing June 30 due to some sort of dispute. They are sad about it they said.
26. Fair Trade Coffee Company
jjprojects: Have become a regular for coffee at this place. Friendly staff, tasty fair trade coffee, free WiFi.
27. Redoak Boutique Beer Cafe
jjprojects: Some of the best beer on the planet, no joke. Try the India Pale Ale.
28. Sonoma Bakery Café
jjprojects: Named after the region in Calif. The owners apparently were inspired by the place. Never been. Makes me want to visit to see the place.
29. Doytao Thai
jjprojects: On the expensive side compared to the popular Thai on Wok, but tasty and open on Mondays.
30. Fuzes Pharmacy
jjprojects: Seems to be open when most others are closed. Good for afterhours needs.
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