Sundays, 8.30am – 12.30pm
Undercover in the Atrium
Chaffers Dock Building, 1 Herd St, Wellington
A fantastic weekly food and wine market showcasing Wellington artisans.
Tucked inside the atrium of the iconic Chaffers Dock Building on Wellington’s waterfront, the City Market is the capital’s number one destination for a taste of the region.
Championed by award-winning chef Martin Bosley and Rachel Taulelei of local food company Yellow Brick Road, the City Market brings a star-studded line-up of local food and beverage producers together under one roof. Each week sees new restaurant in the Market Kitchen, fabulous wine, cider and craft beer tastings, event previews, book signings, chef demonstrations and cooking classes in the Gaggenau Kitchen, and entertainment.
Providores at the City Market are Wellington’s best – real people with authentic products.
Martin Bosley’s range of epicurean treats and bacon butties, Yellow Brick Road long-line caught fish and world-famous seafood chowder, Emporio Coffee, Neudorf Ceramics, The Prodigal Daughter Deli, Le Marche Francais French cheese, Esque Chocolate, Jam.it jams and marmalades, Brezelmania German bakery, Creative Cooking macarons and canele, Shott Beverages non-alcoholic mixers, Mabel & Mack condiments, Baker Boy old fashioned baking treats, Crepes a Go Go, Angie O limoncello and garlic goodies, Bookfeast range of food books, Earth 174 natural skincare, Wakelin House pies, aioli and pates, Prana Greens microgreens, living herb trays and freshly squeezed juice, the House of Dumplings, La Boca Loca Mexican specialties, Te Matuku Bay oyster po’ boys, NAM Vietnamese Restaurant, Hummingbird Bar and Eatery, and Gelissimo Gelato.
And each week a different....
Local café or restaurant, winery or craft brewery, Eat & Greet cooking class in the Gaggenau Kitchen, line up of visiting providores.
Absolutely Deliciously Wellington.
Wellington City Council is proud to support the City Market. This will be a fantastic addition to the waterfront, and we’re pleased to support something that not only celebrates our local food producers but also helps build Wellington’s sense of place and community