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The interior of Seashore Cabaret, a cafe and restaurant in Petone, Lower Hutt.

Where to fuel up for Faultline

The interior of Raumati social club, customers sitting at tables and the bar staff making drinks behind the bar. A shelf of wine and spirit bottles is seen behind the bar.
The counter at Seashore Cabaret, a cafe in Petone, Lower Hutt. There are baked goods and sandwiches on display.
The exterior of Concord at night, with blue and red lights lighting up with building and a person standing outside.
A long exposure shot the a bartender making drinks inside Mr Go's. Lucky cats full the shelf above as well as wine bottles.
A person stands at the bar at Mean Doses Taproom, located in Te Aro, Wellington. A bartender wears a blue T shirt is working behind the counter. The space is dark with fuchsia-coloured neon lights.
The interior of Raumati social club, customers sitting at tables and the bar staff making drinks behind the bar. A shelf of wine and spirit bottles is seen behind the bar.

Raumati Social Club

34 Poplar Avenue, Raumati South, Paraparaumu, Kāpiti Coast

Located in Raumati South Village, this restaurant and bar is a hub of the community. If you’re starting your adventure on the Coast, this is a great place for dinner the night before or breakfast on the day.

A hub where locals gather to catch up over good food and local brews, the café and restaurant transforms into a live music venue on the weekends, showcasing music from the Kāpiti Coast and beyond.

As well as a large and varied menu, cabinet food is made fresh daily, and dietary requirements are easily catered for.

Raumati Social Club
The counter at Seashore Cabaret, a cafe in Petone, Lower Hutt. There are baked goods and sandwiches on display.

Seashore Cabaret

160 The Esplanade, Petone, Lower Hutt

If you’re competing in the 100km Ultra, grab breakfast with a view in Petone.

Eclectic and quirky, Seashore Cabaret serves up fun and fast diner food with views across the Petone foreshore. Big on personality with a lively atmosphere, this busy café makes dining fun. Crazy decor covers the walls and ceiling, and family-friendly, delicious food is on the menu.

The cabinet is always full of sandwiches, cakes, slices and cookies. The drinks menu offers iced drinks, smoothies, local craft beers, and a small selection of cocktails. Good Fortune Coffee fills your caffeine needs.

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The exterior of Concord at night, with blue and red lights lighting up with building and a person standing outside.

Concord

81 Victoria Street, Te Aro, Wellington

After the race finishes, you'll have earned a celebratory meal. If you're looking to mark the occasion with something a bit fancy, head to Concord.

Elegant dining and delicious comfort food come together at this inner-city restaurant. Taking inspiration from European bistros of the 20th century, Concord is cosy and a little bit luxe. Sit amongst velvet and gold as you enjoy seasonal cooking, thoughtful wines, and impeccable hospitality.

Concord’s menu perfectly balances high and lower-brow options. Go for the cheeseburger royale, or the classic steak frites.

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A long exposure shot the a bartender making drinks inside Mr Go's. Lucky cats full the shelf above as well as wine bottles.

Mr Go’s

3 Eva Street, Te Aro, Wellington

This pan-Asian restaurant is great for group dining, with portions designed for sharing. Unofficially, the mantra in the kitchen is “quality, quick, and tasty”. The menu focuses on Taiwanese and Chinese food with nods to Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Japan.

With fun cocktails and an all-weather outdoor area, it's a great spot to finish a big weekend on the city’s trails.

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A person stands at the bar at Mean Doses Taproom, located in Te Aro, Wellington. A bartender wears a blue T shirt is working behind the counter. The space is dark with fuchsia-coloured neon lights.

Mean Doses Taproom

66 Tory Street, Te Aro, Wellington

A celebratory beer is even better when it’s local. The taproom for local brewery Mean Doses is upstairs on Tory Street, with plenty of room for your finish-line supporters.

A lineup of taps pours Mean Doses’ classic brews, alongside some exclusive house beers. A small selection of wine, gin, and single-malt whisky will tempt non-beer drinkers. Cool and casual, the space is upstairs from Mabel’s restaurant, which provides the bar snacks. A mix of classics and intriguing Burmese dishes are great nibbles. Play pool, shuffleboard, arcade games, or reflect on what was surely an epic weekend of racing.

Mean Doses