David Burton in The Dominion Post

glass reflects a Parisian aesthetic… Oxtail terrine would not have looked out of place in a three-starred Michelin restaurant… this lardo was, if anything, even better than the original from Italy.”

Lauren Harrigan in Concrete Playground

glass is where after work drinks turn into nibbles, then dinner, which turns into a late night — which turns into another visit in the morning for a restorative espresso… The menu is a real story, with each ingredient sourced with care from good people.”

National Geographic Traveller

distinguished by its wine menu, in particular natural wines.”


glass serves simple and unpretentious food and pours natural and biodynamic wines… the perfect spot for a relaxed bite or drink in the heart of the CBD, any time of day.”

The Dominion Post’s “Best Spots to Drink Natural Wine” (scroll down)

a killer selection of natural wines… the perfect place to start if you want to learn.”

Concrete Playground’s “The Best Spots to Drink Natural Wine in Wellington”

glass should be your first stop for natural wine in Wellington… They’re running a groover of a list… everything is carefully picked and interesting.”

Concrete Playground’s “Wellington’s Best New Bars of 2018”

the sort of place where you immediately feel comfortable.”