Chic vibe, great food – need a date spot? See why this inner-city hideaway is right up our alley.
The Menu With direction from Executive Chef James Pask and in the capable hands of Head Chef Julian Pizer, the Everybody’s menu focuses on using fresh, seasonal, local produce, and follows a classical French bistro style – easy, ever-evolving dining. If a laid-back afternoon date is more your thing, make a beeline for the Imperial Lane cabinet: it’s bursting with sumptuous cakes and slices that beg to be paired with a hit of caffeine.
The Vibe It’s a set up built for chic romance: a festoon-lit, open-air courtyard, a reworked mezzanine with plush banquets and live music on selected nights. Set adjacent to Roxy, the establishment’s late-night drinking destination, a date at Everybody’s can effortlessly continue into the small hours.
The Convenience Accessible via Queen Street and Fort Lane, Everybody’s is nestled in the thick of Auckland’s inner-city buzz: taxis lining the streets, a plethora of chic hotels and the sparkling harbour making a tranquil backdrop for an evening stroll.
Otherwise involved on Valentine's Day?
The world doesn’t stop for V-Day, which is why work commitments or other events can have a way of intercepting grand romantic plans. If that sounds like you this year, Everybody’s has the ideal belated solution: a Wine Makers Dinner, lead by TeWhare Ra’s Anna Flowerday on Tuesday February 24. The evening involves a five-course degustation meal with wine pairings throughout. Delish. Make a booking at iTicket.co.nz.