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Stopped off for a drink here as was wandering around town on a sunny afternoon .
Staff were outside chatting to each other which was ok . Went inside and ordered two glasses of wine at 20 dollars not the cheapest in town and definitely...More
I ran here for a rescue from a stressful street situation I've never found myself in before. The bar-chap was awesome: quiet, calm, reassuring and supportive. And he poured a lovely cold beer and chatted pleasantly until I was back to myself. The bar itself...More
We met friends here on evening and easily got a table outside. The men went inside to get our drinks. My husband had a local tap beer for $10 and got me a glass of wine also for $10 but it was filled twice the...More
Tried my hardest to win battle of wills but in the end gave up
Staff were too busy standing out on the street sharing a cigarette and complaining about having to work and how boring it was.
I knew from the looks I got that...More
Sign at the door offered Hawke's Bay craft beers on tap but they only had lager or cider on offer on the night we visited. 7 taps on show of which 2 same cider, 2 same lager and 3 same beer so not really a...More
I was passing by on the way to another bar when my friends and I decided to stop by for a drink here. The owner was very friendly and we immediately met 2 other customers and got chatting, was fun. I reckon I'll be back...More
Having walked for an hour or so taking in the wonderful Art Deco buildings of Napier, we wandered out of the Clive Gardens on a beautiful, 20 degree, Saturday afternoon and were drawn like magnets to a sidewalk table outside the Provincial Hotel, home of...More
Dram & Cock is a whisky bar located in the historic Provincial Hotel at Emerson Street, just across from Clive Square and Memorial Square.
The original hotel was built here in the 1870s and destroyed along with most of the town during the earthquake in...More