Keep up with the Cup: Everything you need to know about this weekend’s sailing

After much deliberation between the Challenger of Record (Prada Perelli, COR) and the America’s Cup Event (ACE) organisers, the decision has been made to continue with the Prada Cup finals racing this weekend, despite Auckland still being under Level 2 restrictions. The decision is being viewed by many as extremely disappointing given the general public’s enjoyment of the event thus far. 

A serious blow to both local spectators and the business community who surround the waterfront area and have been enjoying the much needed influx of patrons over the past few weeks are unlikely to receive as much patronage had the racing been held off until we are at Level 1.

The COR has advised that due to the Level 2 restrictions, the following will be closed to the public over this weekend of racing:

• Main stage — Te Wero Island

• Simulator

• Guests hospitality facilities on shore

• Guests hospitality at sea

• Pre-race public shows

• Giveaways and gifts distribution

Furthermore, outside of the main America’s Cup Village, there are a few other things you should know about the racing — that regardless of the drama, is sure to be extremely exciting to watch.

• To prevent any gathering of spectators on the shore, Racecourses B & C will not be used under Level 2. This means the Racecourse near the beach, where spectators would typically gather.

• There will be no public viewing of the racing in either the race village or the Viaduct Harbour’s purpose built Upper Deck.

• There can be no gatherings in any bar or eatery over 100 people, so venues who are televising the racing will need to monitor crowd activity.

• All bars, restaurants and cafes surrounding the Race Village will remain open, but must keep with the Ministry of Heath COVID-19 Level 2 guidelines. Which requires guests to stay seated during the event.

Despite the restrictions we still encourage people to support hospitality venues when and where they can this weekend, they desperately need your support, and you can guarantee they will be willing to not only ensure your safety under Level 2, but deliver a fantastic day out. We strongly encourage you to book ahead to secure yourself a table to catch all the action.

Finally, private vessels and boat charters (as long as they have less than 100 people) can still go ahead. So if you can, get out on the water to catch the up-close action of what is sure to be a nail biting weekend of racing.

Sailing Regatta

If Team New Zealand wins today, here’s why Viaduct Harbour will be the best place to be

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6 things you didn’t know about Ineos Team UK captain, Sir Ben Ainslie

There’s trouble brewing on the high seas this weekend. With Sir Ben Ainslie’s Ineos Team UK already four losses down in the race to seven wins against Prada, there’s some serious work required by him and his team to take control of the challenge. Those who think this could be a landslide win to Prada may want to get a little more clued-up on the man behind Ineos Team UK, and understand that this is a sailor with fire in his belly.

1. Ainslie is the most decorated sailor in Olympic history with four gold medals and one silver. His first one, a silver, was won in 1996 when he was aged 19. He won medals at five consecutive Olympics from 1996 onwards, including gold at the four Games held between 2000 and 2012.

2. He has a famous temper on the water — for example, he was involved in a war of words with fellow sailors Jonas Hogh-Christensen and Pieter-Jan Postma during the 2012 Olympics when he claimed the two were ganging up against him.

3. Ben Ainslie’s wife, Lady Ainslie, is better known as Georgie Thompson and is a successful and highly respected TV and radio presenter in the UK.

4. Ainslie began sailing on an Optimist as a 9-year-old at Restronguet near Falmouth in England.

5. Upon receiving his Knighthood in 2013, he was quoted as saying, “For me, it is probably the proudest moment of my life and it’s even more special to be able to share it with my family and friends. It’s a huge honour and a day to remember, but life moves on to the future and the next project and challenge. For me it’s the America’s Cup, it started in Britain in 1851 and yet we haven’t won it and that’s something I feel is missing from our maritime history so it would be great if we can achieve that. We have a lot of great sailors in the UK so I hope that we can win the Cup, that’s the next challenge.”

6. Bad blood currently exists between his team INEOS Team UK and Luna Rossa after the Italians successfully protested against the British team’s use of a sail control system early in the regatta, which was found to be outside competition rules. Luna Rossa’s protest cost INEOS Team UK $5,000 and left the British team entering the first-to-seven-win with the Prada Cup final with effectively one strike against it. The rivalry has since continued this week, with Ineos happy to wait until Level 2 restrictions are lifted before racing again, while the (COR) Prada insistent on racing immediately.

References: Yachting World, TVNZ

Sailing Regatta

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Soul's Cloudy Bay Clam linguine
Euro's Fruit de mer platter
Andiamo's Locals Lunch
Azabu's tostada features in its Harajuku Brunch
The Crab Shack's crayfish lunch special

15 delicious reasons why you should dine-out this weekend

Hallelujah! Auckland eateries have been given the green light to re-open their doors for dine-in customers during Alert Level 2, under the requirements that diners must be socially distanced, seated and served by a single staff member during their visit. From special offers to must-try dishes, these restaurants are re-opening with a bang. Remember to record your visit via the Covid tracer app and, most importantly, be kind to hospitality staff as they readjust to the rules.

It’s back to business for Ahi, where you can find some of the best food and views the city has to offer. Open from lunch ‘til late, we recommend staking your claim on the airy balcony and enjoying Ahi’s irresistible snacks — the tahr tartare, scampi corndog and Te Matuku oysters are musts.  Follow @ahirestaurant for updates

Andiamo’s popular Locals Lunch is back, offering a two-course menu and glass of wine for just $35, available Wednesday — Sunday, 12pm-4pm. Follow @andiamoeatery for updates

Secure a spot in Azabu Mission Bay’s sunny Roku Gin garden and order the Harajuku Brunch, an Azabu-style long lunch which rolls out several courses including oysters, sushi, dumplings, ceviche and its infamous fried chicken and tostada (to name just a few) for $55 per person (minimum four people). Follow @azabumissionbay and @azabuponsonby for updates

K’ Road cutie Clay is back doing what it does best, serving up natural wine, excellent pasta and some of the best pizza in town — of which the burnt cream, marinated chard and parmesan is an absolute must. Follow @clay_366krd for updates

Inner-city favourite Culprit has kickstarted its trolley derby once again, with four trolley bites and one main for the pretty price of just $45. While the menu changes every fortnight, currently you can expect the likes of hot-smoked fish on toast, braised brisket corn dog and Culprit’s iconic pig face. Available for dinner from 5pm Tuesday — Saturday and lunchtime Thursday and Friday.

The Candy Shop
If brunch is what you crave, make a beeline for Newmarket’s The Candy Shop. As the winner of the ‘Most Innovative Brunch’ award at last year’s inaugural Denizen Hospo Heroes, The Candy Shop’s clever menu is sure to impress. We rate the croffles (yes, croissant waffles). Follow @thecandyshopnz for updates

The Crab Shack
Nothing says celebration quite like crayfish. The Crab Shack is offering an unbeatable lunch special which sees half a crayfish available for $40 and a whole crayfish for just $75, from Tuesday — Friday. Follow @crabshackauckland for updates

With Prada Cup racing confirmed for the weekend, Euro is the place to be. Offering a complimentary glass of G.H Mumm Champagne on arrival for bookings on race days, Euro’s special Race Daze menu includes the likes of its fruits de mer platter, with fresh oysters, clams, mussels, king crab and a tempting selection of raw fish. Follow @eurobarandrestaurant for updates

Hotel Ponsonby
Hotspot Hotel Ponsonby is back just in time for the weekend, serving up its much-lauded Scotch eggs and chicken schnitzel. Keep an eye out to learn how the bar and beer garden will operate under the new guidelines. Follow @hotelponsonby for updates

Missed Masu? Its special Year of the Ox menu takes you on a journey through seven delectable courses, featuring the likes of its beef taco, wagyu gyoza, beef maki, wagyu steak with shallot miso and truffle salt alongside sashimi, vegetable tempura and more. Finish strong with the Masu dessert platter and you’re in for a treat. Available for $188 per person. Follow @masurestaurant for updates

Miann Chocolate Factory
For the ultimate socially distanced dining experience, Miann’s Morningside location is taking bookings for its Wintergarden Glass Houses. Book in for an afternoon tea including Miann’s famous sweet treats, savoury pastries, scones with clotted cream and jam and a hot drink. Bookings are available for 2-6 people per glasshouse. Follow @miann_chocolatefactory for updates

Whether the prospect of breakfast, lunch or dinner is luring you out of the house, Park Hyatt Auckland’s Onemata restaurant has all your bases covered. From fresh seafood to 55 day aged scotch, Onemata is a delicious destination to spend your first meal of freedom. Follow @onematarestaurant for updates

Celebrating Lunar New Year in style, Ostro’s special menu created in honour of Year of the Ox is not to be missed. It includes a glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne to start, a delicious seafood platter (with an option to add crayfish), the infamous beef wellington (complete with sides) and a dessert platter to finish. Available for $200 for two people. Follow @ostroakl for updates

Saxon + Parole
Brunch and Bloody Marys are a recipe for success, and no one does it better than Saxon + Parole. Trot along to this Commercial Bay favourite between 10am-3pm on Saturday and Sundays to make the most of the weekend-only brunch menu, where you’ll find the everything from Turkish eggs and grilled cheese to pancakes and pies. Follow @saxonandparoleakl for updates

Soul Bar & Bistro
Find all your favourites available at Level 2, with Soul swinging back into action to offer its full menu and cocktail list. We can’t choose between the bone in scotch fillet with crispy gourmet potatoes and scampi oil hollandaise (swoon) or the Cloudy Bay clam linguine with chilli and fennel (drool). Follow @soulbarandbistro for updates


Giveaway: Celebrate every moment with G.H. Mumm and win a milestone-worthy meal with a bottle of Grand Cordon Rosé

Looking for the perfect summery dessert centrepiece? Try a magnificent gelato cake from Island Gelato Company

Green Door Pizza, a deliciously authentic new pizzeria, opens in Commercial Bay
Little Culprit
Rooftop at QT
Captain's Bar
Parasol & Swing

Fancy a drink? Toast your newfound freedom at some of the city’s best cocktail bars

If there’s anyone who deserves a drink after the past week, it’s you. Support your local bartender and cheers to good times ahead at these top spots for a strong tipple. Just remember to record your visit via the Covid tracer app.

From the brains behind Pasture, the boundary-pushing Boxer is more than a bar — it’s an elevated drinks experience. 

Little Culprit
Always a top choice for an after-work tipple, this inner-city cocktail bar may be petite, but everything it does, it does to perfection. Try the new Milk Punch, a play on fruit punch that’s infused with fruit loops and clarified until crystal clear with milk.

Captain’s Bar
Opulent but not ostentatious, Captain’s Bar at the Park Hyatt Auckland is the perfect place to while away the hours, rum cocktail in hand. 

Let the experts take the wheel at menu-free Deadshot (and sister bar Caretaker), they’ll do all the hard work for you to craft a top-notch tipple based on your tastes and preferences.

Sabrage Champagne Bar
Having newly reopened within Sofitel Auckland, Sabrage celebrates the re-emergence of the classic Champagne bar, with seasonal cocktails, a local wine list and enticing platters.

Ghost Donkey
Mezcal and tequila lovers: Ghost Donkey is your spot. Boasting dozens of variations of the spirit, plus a moreish Mexican menu, this Commercial Bay bar is the scene of many a memorable night.

Parasol & Swing
A well-appointed balcony is a must when proximity to Viaduct Harbour is this premium, and Parasol & Swing does the view justice; as do its cocktail and food menus.

Pineapple on Parnell
Boasting a comprehensive cocktail list, and an intimate setting with a touch of eclectic character, this Parnell Road bar is ideal for a cosy drink with friends.

Rooftop at QT
Featuring an extensive cocktail menu, complemented by a sophisticated local wine list and Mediterranean-style tapas, this Viaduct Harbour bar is the place to be. Find outdoor lounge seating that allows revellers to take in the exquisite surrounds while sipping on expertly-poured libations.


Giveaway: Celebrate every moment with G.H. Mumm and win a milestone-worthy meal with a bottle of Grand Cordon Rosé

Looking for the perfect summery dessert centrepiece? Try a magnificent gelato cake from Island Gelato Company

Green Door Pizza, a deliciously authentic new pizzeria, opens in Commercial Bay
Freeman White's Te Mata: Symphony In Green
Yuki Kihara, EFKS Church, Maraenui, 2017. Courtesy Milford Galleries Dunedin and Queenstown
From left: Jonny Niesche; Will Bennett, Subway Warrior, 2020. Courtesy of Jhana Millers Gallery
Robyn Kahukiwa, Hine Kōkōwai, 2019. Courtesy Black Door Gallery

Auckland Art Fair is back with a grand return to The Cloud and a truly impressive line-up

Provided we move to Level 1 on Monday, the highly-anticipated Auckland Art Fair is set to kick off at The Cloud next week, bringing 40 galleries together to present the work of more than 150 artists from around New Zealand (and a handful from Australia and the Pacific Islands). After its 2020 event had to be cancelled, this year’s Art Fair marks a grand return, and with a programme packed with artist talks, commissioned pieces by emerging artists, a new outdoor sculpture space, an art bookshop and more, the line-up certainly reflects it.

This year’s fair will be focused on showcasing the very best of Aotearoa, its carefully curated roster an ode to the wellspring of artistic talent we have in our own backyard (often not as acknowledged as it should be). From galleries like Auckland’s Sanderson Contemporary, which will be showcasing works like Freeman White’s Te Mata: Symphony In Green to galleries like Laree Payne from Hamilton, Jhana Millers from Wellington and Milford Galleries from Dunedin and Queenstown, this year’s participants have the whole country collectively covered. There are even a few notable galleries from Sydney, including Station and Fine Arts, and one from Rarotonga, Bergman Gallery.

Alongside all the action of its gallery stalls, the Art Fair has, for the first time, introduced an outdoor sculpture space, set to take up residence at the end of The Cloud, overlooking the Waitematā Harbour. There, visitors to the fair will be able to peruse incredible sculptural works or take a seat in the sun and enjoy a cocktail from the Scapegrace Gin and Vodka Cocktail Bar.

Other things to note in this year’s line-up include the ‘In Residence’ space on The Cloud’s mezzanine (a new initiative for artist-run galleries to showcase their works), the Projects exhibition, in which the fair provides a platform for a wider range of artists, including those who are unrepresented (one of this year’s project artists, Elisabeth Pointon, will be projecting her piece, WHOEVER, onto the Tiffany & Co. building in Britomart), and the imaginative Squiggla Making Space for kids, upstairs in The Cloud.

Assuming we are all given the green light to return to Level 1 on Monday, this year’s Art Fair is set to be one for the ages. In 2019, the Fair sold more than $9million worth of art and established itself as a significant generator of funds for the artists and galleries who worked so tirelessly to present their best work to the public. So get yourself a ticket and support our talented, local creative community.

Find tickets online now.

To celebrate the highly-anticipated return of Auckland Art Fair, we have a double pass to give away to the opening night on Wednesday, 24th February. To enter the draw to win, simply head to our Instagram. Entrants must be over the age 21, the winner will be drawn on Tuesday, 23rd February.

Auckland Art Fair
24th February – 28th February
The Cloud
89 Quay Street, Auckland


We’ve found your one-stop-festive-spot to keep the magic alive for the kids this Christmas

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Tom Ford’s sensual new fragrance is taking us from daytime activities to after dark pursuits

There is something distinctly intimate about putting on a fragrance. Beyond its olfactory purpose alone, the ritual of donning a scent can bring about moments of transformation and escapism, and can speak to the character of the wearer while revealing the various notes of their personality.

No one understands this as well as Tom Ford. The iconic fashion and beauty brand has built a reputation on creating scents that serve to capture, enhance and transform the nature of their wearers in ways that are subtle but undeniable. And its latest fragrance is no different.

Tubéreuse Nue is Tom Ford’s new Private Blend perfume that takes its wearer to another place — even if that place is a side of themselves they might never have explored before. Playing on tuberose’s reputation as the ‘mistress of the night’ (after all, it is a flower that only reveals its true potency once the sun has gone down) this intriguing scent is an invitation to embrace nocturnal sensuality.

From its initially-innocent notes of floral tuberose and jasmine, Tubéreuse Nue takes a seductive turn with touches of potent Timut pepper and erotic suede accord — providing a peak that hints at bare skin and after-dark pursuits. This is rounded off with a soft, musky blanket of patchouli and agar wood that lends a lasting glow.

In this perfume, Tom Ford has discovered an unexpected depth to the classic tuberose we know and love, reinventing it in way that evokes the scent’s classic innocence during the day but morphs into something heady, complex and cathartic at night. It is ultimately an escapist scent. Allowing those who wear it to leave the mundanity of daily life behind and investigate who they can become when lost in a fragrance that comes to life in the shadows.

Find Tom Ford’s new Tubéreuse Nue fragrance here.


From classic one-pieces to brilliant bikinis, shop our swimwear edit to suit every style this summer

Denizen Everyday Heroes 2021: Auckland’s favourite clothing alterations, as voted by you

Lighten up with these men’s summer wardrobe essentials in weightless fabrics and uplifting shades

Wondering what to binge next? Discover these captivating TV series and movies

If you’re feeling indecisive or uninspired about what to watch next, let this concise list guide you in the right direction.

Framing Britney Spears
Watch on ThreeNow
Quite possibly the most talked-about documentary of 2021 so far, Framing Britney Spears examines the highly-publicised life and career of pop icon Britney Spears, exposing the media’s toxic and troubling treatment of the superstar, her controversial conservatorship and the battle to control her estate. This feature-length film, produced by The New York Times, has seen a fresh wave of concerned fans and onlookers calling for the legal system to #FreeBritney. 

Watch on Netflix
Abandon your phone and turn all your attention to Lupin, Netflix’s new French language crime drama. Subtitles make this a requirement, although we would advise following this rule regardless. Inspired by the famous French tale of Arsène Lupin, the gentleman thief and master of disguise, this ten-part series follows Assane Diop as he avenges his father’s downfall at the hands of his wealthy employers. With twists and turns abound, this series has been likened to Sherlock Holmes and Luther in its addictiveness. 

Your Honor
Watch on Neon
Fans of Breaking Bad will be pleased to see Bryan Cranston back doing what he does best — taking a turn from the norm to do terrible things. In Your Honor, Cranston stars as Michael Desiato, a respected judge whose son commits a hit-and-run, of which the consequences spiral into a web of deception, lies and impossible choices. A nail-biting watch that’s nerve-wracking to say the least.

Euphoria (Special Episodes 1 & 2)
Watch on Neon
Euphoria returns with two special episodes to placate eager appetites while season two is inevitably delayed due to Covid-19. In a departure from the bouncing soundtrack and drippingly rich visuals synonymous with the teen drama, the paired-back specials focus on characters Rue (Zendaya’s historic Emmy Award-winning role) and Jules as they hold one-on-one conversations with a sobriety sponsor and a therapist respectively. Intimate and intense, these bonus episodes are a must-watch for fans and newcomers, acting as an important bridge between the first and upcoming second season.

The White Tiger
Watch on Netflix
With an impressive 92 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Netflix’s new film The White Tiger is proving to be a hit with critics and audiences alike. Based on the Man Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name, The White Tiger explores the intricacies of class and caste in India, examining the divide between the haves and the have-nots through the journey of a poor villager turned ambitious entrepreneur.


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The importance of ordering takeaways right now

Just because we’ve gone to Level 3, doesn’t mean we have to stop supporting the local hospitality industry. They need your custom now more than ever, and while for the short term we can’t dine-in, we can get online and see who is offering takeaway services.

It’s important that we all appreciate the ramifications of shutting an operation’s doors so swiftly, particularly when it comes to the fresh meat, seafood and produce that has already been ordered to prepare meals. Most of these food supplies are perishable, and therefore must be used, or worse still, disposed of. 

So doing your bit to order from your favourite spots, who are doing everything they can through this new wave, to remain as unscathed as possible, is a charitable endeavour.

At Level 3, many of your favourite eateries are offering contactless pickups and delivery. Remember, we’ve done this before, we can do it again. We’re all in this together.

We encourage you to check the websites, Instagram and Facebook accounts of your favourites to see what you can do to support them.

Stay tuned to and @denizenmagazine for more updates.


Giveaway: Celebrate every moment with G.H. Mumm and win a milestone-worthy meal with a bottle of Grand Cordon Rosé

Looking for the perfect summery dessert centrepiece? Try a magnificent gelato cake from Island Gelato Company

Green Door Pizza, a deliciously authentic new pizzeria, opens in Commercial Bay
Thai Beef Cheek pie
Butter Chicken pie
Satay Panang pie

Meet Roti Bros, the pie purveyors who are slinging some of the city’s tastiest pastries

It was over lockdown that friends Ollie Morrison and Logan Stevens embarked on a food experiment by combining some of their favourite things — soft, buttery roti paratha and South Asian flavours with the classic Kiwi pie. The result? A happy hybrid that looks like a pie but is packed with a whole lot more flavour.

The duo decided to take their roti pies to the world, and under the name Roti Bros, started cultivating a fast following as one of Auckland’s must-visit food stalls.

From left: Logan Stevens and Ollie Morrison; Butter Chicken pie

The line-up of Roti Bros’ pies comprises three main fillings that take cues from the traditional flavours of India, Thailand and Malaysia respectively. The Thai Beef Cheek pie is a delicious and bold combination of sweet, salty and sour, while the Butter Chicken pie offers the same kind of indulgent, aromatic character as the traditional curry we all know and love. Rounding out the trio, the Satay Panang pie is rich and creamy (with a hint of nuttiness) and is entirely vegan-friendly.

Alongside the core flavours, Roti Bros will occasionally offer up limited-edition pies as well — most recently a Chicken Tikka Masala iteration and a Lamb Mince Curry pie which they created in collaboration with Satya.

From left: Thai Beef Cheek pie; La Cigale Markets

Having done the rounds at a number of pop-ups and markets in Auckland, Roti Bros is currently setting up regularly at Parnell’s La Cigale every Saturday morning from 8am until 2pm. But you best get in quick — pies as tasty as these tend to sell out fast.


Giveaway: Celebrate every moment with G.H. Mumm and win a milestone-worthy meal with a bottle of Grand Cordon Rosé

Looking for the perfect summery dessert centrepiece? Try a magnificent gelato cake from Island Gelato Company

Green Door Pizza, a deliciously authentic new pizzeria, opens in Commercial Bay

From the team behind Fishsmith, Fishboy is the new chippie luring us to Mission Bay

Is there anything more quintessential during a New Zealand summer than fish and chips on the beach? We’re always on the lookout for purveyors of our favourite deep fried goods, and whether you’re a resident of the Eastern Beaches or just visiting, this recently-opened Mission Bay chippie is one to try.

Named Fishboy, the “casual seafood eatery” is the brainchild of the team behind thriving Herne Bay outpost Fishsmith, and anyone familiar with their offering can expect the same level of delightful fish-oriented bites.

From left: Panko-crumbed haloumi; Battered fish burger

A key difference is that Fishboy has the capacity for dine-in eaters, thanks to larger premises with both interior and exterior tables — should the glory of dining on the sand at Mission Bay beach opposite not quite appeal. It is also licensed for beer and wine, of which it has a succinct selection from Garage Project and Soho, respectively. 

Aside from the selection of excellent fish fillets, available battered, crumbed, grilled or with gluten free batter, and both potato and kumara chips, there’s a plethora of other dishes to branch out to. There’s salt and pepper squid, dusted with five-spice salt and pepper mix, and panko-crumbed halloumi; a mussel po boy burger, and a grilled fish salad for those feeling virtuous. The battered fish burger is always excellent, as are the fish tacos, and the variety of condiments including smokey aioli, hot sauce mayo and curry ketchup are sure to make each dip of a chip even more delicious.

From left: Fishboy is located on Tamaki Drive; Grilled fish salad

While we’ve certainly had a good summer so far, we’re not ready to say goodbye to it yet, and next sunny weekend day you’ll be sure to find us flocking to Fishboy — see you at the beach.

55 Tamaki Drive,
Mission Bay,



Giveaway: Celebrate every moment with G.H. Mumm and win a milestone-worthy meal with a bottle of Grand Cordon Rosé

Looking for the perfect summery dessert centrepiece? Try a magnificent gelato cake from Island Gelato Company

Green Door Pizza, a deliciously authentic new pizzeria, opens in Commercial Bay