Paint Vine at Dr Rudi’s Rooftop Brewing Co.

2nd Tuesday of every month

Let the team at Paint Vine guide you through painting a masterpiece, step by step.

Paint Vine will provide the knowledge, equipment, expertise, and everything else needed for a great night. Tickets are essential and can be purchased from the Paint Vine website.


Cost depends on event

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Paint Vine at Dr Rudi's


Level 2/204 Quay St
Viaduct Harbour
Auckland 1010




Dr Rudi’s is a wheelchair-accessible venue. Wheelchair access is via the lift in the 204 Quay St building. Take the ramp in between Danny Doolans and Coops (to the left of the escalators) off the main Viaduct Harbour promenade. Take the lift up to level 1 and head to the left to find the main entrance to Dr Rudi’s. Alternatively access is via the air bridge fom the Downtown Carpark. Please make use of the ‘requests’ option when making a booking to inform staff of any special requirements.

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