Mor is a micro bakery with a strong focus on quality over quantity. Mor was founded by best friends Kelsie & Laura out of sheer love for the art of lamination.
Our offering is unique to us, a combination of our past influences, different flavours and techniques, whilst also giving a polite nod to the classics.
Mor Bakery will be available daily from our café at the entrance to the Fair.
What is Everybody Eats? We are a pay-as-you-feel restaurant offering a 3 course dinner at our restaurants in Auckland and Wellington.
We set the tables and invite everyone to sit down and enjoy an amazing meal, prepared from ingredients that would otherwise be considered waste – either because they don’t meet the strict standards required from supermarkets or because there’s simply too much of it. The food is lovingly prepared & served by incredible volunteers, led by our creative & hard working Head Chefs.
Pay-as-you-feel means that you pay what you can afford at the end of your meal, even if that’s nothing. Just $10 is enough for Everybody Eats to prepare a restaurant-quality meal for two vulnerable kiwis.
Since starting at the end of 2017, we have diverted over 85 tonnes of food from landfill, engaged over 4,500 volunteers and have served over 100,000 individual 3-course meals. and Opening Night.
At the Fair, Everybody Eats will be serving salads and hot meals from our café at the Waitematā Harbour end of The Cloud from Friday–Sunday. All proceeds will go directly to their restaurants.
The Strawberrypig showcases Chef Carlo Bernardos take on Sugba; the philippine way of cooking over the coals wherein modern techniques and exciting flavours are playfully translated into his unique brand of skewers.
Carlo Bernardos’ take on food is derived from his cultural background and influenced by his exposure to techniques new and old throughout the course of his career. Hailing from the south of the Philippines, his food pays homage to his roots by cooking with coals or “Sugba” and takes it further with funky and electric flavour combinations.
Enjoy eats from The Strawberrypig on Thursday 2 March during VIP Preview and Opening Night, and on Saturday 4 March.
Passa Passa is an ode to Italian dining as it was always meant to be.
Serving some of the most authentic pizza fritta in Auckland, and other feel-good street food delicacies, you may have seen us at Garage Project, Ozone or one of the city’s epic night markets.
We are bringing fun Italian food to the Aotearoa Art Fair.
Come and find our truck in the Outdoor Sculpture Space in Partnership with Audi New Zealand by the harbour – we will be there on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Our menu changes with the seasons, which means you get some of the freshest, most inspired food that Auckland has to offer.
We are delighted to be partnering with Perrier-Jouët as the official Champagne of Auckland Art Fair and the official beverage of the Fair’s Opening Night. On Opening Night, find Perrier-Jouët by the glass or bottle at a number of pop-up bars. You can also find Perrier-Jouët at the cafes and bars throughout the Fair.
Seresin Estate, located in Marlborough, NZ, was founded by Michael Seresin in 1992, and is one of the country’s first organic and biodynamic wine producers. Tucked away in the folds of the Southern Valleys sub region, Seresin’s single estate vines hail from the clay & alluvial soils of the Raupo Creek Vineyard.
Certified BioGro organic and biodynamically farmed, all grapes are hand-picked. Wild yeast fermentation along with minimal intervention in the winery produces wonderful, unique and complex wines. These resulting wines capture the essence of the vineyard’s energy and vibrancy, making every bottle of Seresin a genuine reflection of its provenance.
Seresin, wine of Passion, Grace & Spirit.
Garage Project is an independent NZ brewery based in Aro Valley, Wellington. GP’s aim is to create unique and beautiful beers, to push boundaries, reinterpret styles and challenge the notions of what beer can be. To date the brewery has created over 400 different beers, and counting. Try something new.
A selection of Garage Project beers will be available to purchase from the Art Fair bars.