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Colloquially known as K Road, the Link Bus (that's the bright green one) is a handy way to find your way to one of Auckland's most famous streets. A bohemian mix of second hand boutiques, food halls, nail bars,cafes and bars; K Rd offers a glimpse of the cross section that makes up Auckland's CBD. Take the time to explore the arcades – they're full of hidden treasures.
Editor's Tip: Another of my favourite parts of town, I LOVE buying gifts on K Rd, for other people as well as myself! Plus it's great for fast, cheap food when you're on the run and just don't know what you want. There's always a buzz around here - such a colourful cast of characters in this part of town. It never fails to put a smile on my face. Sarah McMullan
Frost + Dinkie Showcasing the work of graphic artist, illustrator and ceramic designer Ema Frost, Frost + Dinkie combines her love for vintage advertising, toys, wood blocks, Japanese pop culture and more recently,traditional Maori hei tiki. Whimsical, beautiful and undeniably Kiwi. Start collecting now - her work is only going to keep going up in value. Cross Street Arcade – 214 K Rd. ** Pictured: Little Warrior Girl - Ema Frost **
Revel Café An environmentally conscious café that pride themselves on making food from food, not numbers, this place is HEAVEN for anyone with dietary restrictions. Even tricky ones. They do a full range of vegan and vegie and organic BUT they won't make you feel bad if you do order meat. No judgement – just some of the most delicious food you'll find. You'll swear you can taste the love! (Peanut butter chocolate pie to DIE for!)