• Treat your taste buds

    From decadent desserts to scrumptious sandwiches and contemporary kiwi cuisine – food lovers will be spoilt for choice when dining at one of the legendary cafes in darling Devonport.
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  • Take in the views

    Refuel with a refreshing beverage and a tasty treat at one of Devonport’s popular cafes. Take time out to have a leisurely lunch and admire the stunning views of the surrounding seaside village.
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  • Enjoy a coffee alfresco

    Sit back and relax over a coffee and watch the world go. Fabulous cafes are dotted along Victoria Road and around the village so go on a leisurely stroll to find one that takes your fancy!
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Relax and enjoy a coffee or delicious afternoon tea in one of Devonport’s many inviting cafés. Sit back and take in thesights and sounds of Devonport and sample fresh locally baked caked and savouries. In the warmer months take a seat outside, have a break and people watch and soak up Devonport’s relaxed vibe.

Devonport Stone Oven Bakery & Cafe

CAFE CULTURE If you are looking for a café that has a great atmosphere, makes superb coffee, bakes and cooks everything on site, has plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, has a kid’s area and free wi-fi, then visit us. You won’t be disappointed.


CAFE CULTURE Walk in to Châteaubriant and you will feel like you are in French patisserie heaven - the bread still warm from the oven, the authentic buttery and flaky pastries, the tartes du jour, the crusty baguette sandwiches including of course the French classic, jambon-fromage, all so delicious with the best of NZ coffee.

Corelli’s Cafe

CAFE CULTURE Corelli's is a must to visit while in Devonport. It’s the only cafe that roasts its own coffee on site, and is open 7 days from 7am until 11pm. The food is all prepared using the finest ingredients and it’s fully licenced with beer on tap.

Manuka Café

CAFE CULTURE Manuka Café is an iconic institution in Devonport and stands proudly on the corner of Victoria Road and Clarence Street, where it has served locals and tourists alike since 1998.
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