Vultures Lane is a must visit bar and restaurant located at 10 Vulcan Lane, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand. The venue is situated among the hustle and bustle of shops on Vulcan Lane.
It is home to some of the best beers in Auckland with over 75 different beers in the fridge and 22 regular rotating taps to quench everyone’s thirst what more could one want, well maybe some of the awesome food of course.
The name ‘Vultures’ came from the title that Vulcan Lane was given in the 1920’s due to the uninviting characters such as streetwalkers, journalists, and sailors who used to gather there back in the good old day’s.
Menu and Beverages at Vultures Lane
The food menu at Vultures Lane is well-priced and works perfectly as drinking fodder. It includes burgers such as the barbeque bacon cheeseburger beef, kiwi beef burger, grass fed cheeseburger with beef, umami burger with beef, a grilled fish burger with lettuce, Cubano pulled pork burger, grilled chicken and bacon burger with lettuce, pulled beef burger with caramelized onions, choked chicken jalapenos burger, and falafel burger with lettuce.
The main dishes include delicacies such as fish n chips, bangers n mash with onion rings, steak quesadilla with cheese, lamb shoulder chops with onion mash, and eggs and chips with caramelized onions and steak.
There is also a snack list on the menu for small foods such as hand-cut fries, onion rings, kumara fries, beef or grilled fish, soft shell taco salsa, pork belly, spicy beef or grilled fish, fries loaded with chili and cheese, nachos salsa, hush puppies with bacon, yummy barbequed wings, buttered bird buttermilk fried chicken with pickles, chicken burrito rice, and the meal special a pie and pint which is cracker value.
Menu Sample Vultures Lane
The drinks of note of many
The beverages feature 22 continuously changing taps that make up the line-up of a variety of ales, lagers, and beers with an addition of over 100 bottles stored in the fridge, The tap list includes lagers and pilsners such as the cargo cult lager, No. 4 Schwarzibier, crystal wheat lager, German pilsner, and regular pilsner.
Also on the tap list are pale ales such as the New Zealand pale ale and the Australian Pacific pale ale, red/brown ales such as the red IPA ale and the tall poppy, sour ales like the razzberry sour ale and the passion fruit & hibiscus gose.
But wait theirs more! IPAs such as the great immigration IPA, snapperhead, beautiful trouble, Williamsburg IPA, Hop Dweller IPA, and the 1700km IPA, porters and stouts such as the iron sands stout, outlander stout, billycan bourbon barrel aged stout, berry brownie porter, Baltyk-Tasman porter, and the murder of crows stout, and lastly ginger beer that that’s your thing.
Amenities and Events
Since Vultures Lane underwent a transformation in 2013, very little has changed inside the inner city pub with the exception of upgraded taps, some new signage at the front, and the addition of craft beer equipment on the walls. It still manages to retain a homey English pub feel with a withered and dark presence that appeals mostly to male clients who go for the beer of course. The upper and lower floors are mostly occupied by bulky wooden furniture that gives people at the bar enough room to find a seat or place their beers.
There are several events hosted at the pub every once or two weeks. The most recent one was the ‘Northern Tap-Out’ event which was held on June 29 where there were 5 taps of core range beers from three distinct breweries namely. The Sawmill Brewery, McLeod’s Brewery, and 8 Wired Brewing and also featured other specially brewed beers for attendees.
Pokies available at Vultures Lane
The Vultures Lane bar and restaurant has no pokies machines or gaming facilities at present.
The Vultures Lane pub is definitely one of the few places in Auckland where you’d enjoy taking a cold one with mates as you unwind after a day of hard work. Even though the premises can seem somewhat small, it is still quite cozy and there is also a lower area that can accommodate more people. The food is very good and there are great beer selections every week which make this pub worth visiting just for the beer alone.
Monday – Sunday noon to late.
Phone 9-300 7117
Map and address
10 Vulcan Ln, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
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