Lumsden Freehouse is a bar that has been able to separate away from the influence of big breweries. This bar in Newmarket, Auckland is not under any contracts from breweries so it is free to stock the best beers that NZ brewers produce. The Lumsden Freehouse bar prides itself on having a laid-back atmosphere and features 15 taps with local brews coming in and out at a rotation.
They serve over 120 craft beers, cider bottles, canned beers, and have one of the largest bourbon selections in all of Auckland. People looking for a pet friendly bar can bring their four-legged friends.
Visitors to the venue and encouraged to enjoy the lovely patio overlooking the Lumsden Green garden and partake in the exciting trivia nights. This bar has a huge selection of craft beers, games, and weekly and monthly events so that there is truly something everyone can enjoy there.
Dining menu and bar information
Lumsden offers a little bit of everything on their menu for people to enjoy. Their menu includes things likes pizza, burgers, wings, and even salads and chicken and waffles. There is a kids menu that has favorites for kids of all ages from pizza to grilled cheese and chicken nuggets.
Anyone who comes to Lumsden finds something on the menu to enjoy. They also have such a huge variety of drinks on their menu with every beer, wine and cocktail that you could imagine. It is the best place to go in Auckland for a good beer or just a coffee. No matter what you get choose from their extensive menu you will leave satisfied.
When you come to the Freehouse to enjoy a drink or a hearty meal, you will find a wide variety of facilities at the venue. There is an awesome patio that overlooks the garden on the property. There are TV’s located throughout the bar so you can enjoy watching sporting events all year round, as well as tables with chalk tops so that kids of all ages can have fun decorating the tables.
Dogs are welcome at the laid-back bar and are treated as guests. There is a stage for live bands to play and even live comedians to perform their act. It is a great venue for different eves happening on a weekly and monthly basis.
Pokies machines at the Lumsden Freehouse
This venue doe not offer any pokies machines gaming.
Lumsden Freehouse plays host to a large variety of different events. Every week they hold a trivia game night that is fun for the whole family! Prizes are given out to the winners at the end of the game and every team, whether they win or not, has a great time.
Monday nights are comedy nights at the Lumsden, and they feature headlining comedians that will make your guts split with laughter. Lumsden also loves encouraging people to express their artistic abilities, so they bring alcohol and art together on their Drink and Draw night on the last Wednesday of every month.
This is a great idea for a unique date night or a night out with friends as it allows you to be creative while enjoying a few drinks.
Whether you are looking for a quiet dinner and drink with your entire family, or a fun night out with your friends drinking and watching sports or playing trivia the Lumsden Freehouse is the place to visit.
7 days from 11.30 am to late
Phone 9-550 1201
Map and address
The Lumsden Free House
444 Khyber Pass Rd, Newmarket, Auckland 1023, New Zealand
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