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This restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, offers you an amazing dining experience: the restaurant seems to be organically wrapped around the tree and is able to host up to 18 guests at a time. (Designed by: Peter Eising & Lucy Gauntlett)

17 of the Most Amazing Treehouses From Around The World

As kids, most of us have dreamed of having a tree house as a safe haven - a secret place where we could establish a top-secret club house away from our pesky parents. Some of us still do. Here is a list of 17 of the most amazing treehouses from around the world - hopefully they will inspire to build one yourself!

New Opening: Miss Moonshine’s Restaurant

Miss Moonshine's Restaurant | The Denizen

Meat lovers rejoice, Miss Moonshine's have opened the doors to their permanent Ponsonby restaurant.

New Opening: Madam Woo Takapuna - can't wait!

Madam Woo Takapuna | The Denizen

Josh Emett brings his praised Queenstown eatery and its Malaysian influenced cuisine to Auckland.

New Opening: The Jefferson

The Jefferson | The Denizen

Fort Lane's remarkable new addition is sure to become the home of future revelry.

Rosie in Parnell

Rosie - Gather & Hunt

A stylish, light-filled neighbourhood bistro with hearty, fresh and seasonal dishes

Goodness Gracious Café

Goodness Gracious Café | The Denizen

The staple food of New Yorkers has a new home at Goodness Gracious café.

Rockefeller | Champagne, Oyster Bar, Auckland

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The Refreshment Room, Titirangi

Gather & Hunt - A map to the magic that's all around

A map to the magic that's all around

Heaven Scent | gatherandhunt.co.nz

Gather & Hunt - A map to the magic that's all around

A lofty, light cafe with views over St Patrick's Square, incredible gourmet pies and eighthirty coffee

The Botanist, City Works Depot

The Botanist | The Denizen

A matrimony of food and flowers at the City Works Depot