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Fourthchild Cafe

Ipswich Area

Price Range * Dinner under $20 (AUD)

Fourthchild has made its mark on the Ipswich cafe scene with its simple menu (that changes daily) and stylish, industrial-chic fit out. The venue is hip and vibrant and the counter-top cakes certainly test your self control. Fourthchild is also open for dinner on the weekends, offering a casual menu of honest, home-style dishes.

Cuisine Types

Bistro Cafe Deli
Organic

Licensing

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

Price Range

Mains under $20 (AUD)

Service Times

M T W T F S S
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
126 Brisbane Street
, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

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Pumpyard Bar and Brewery

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
Beer and gourmet food lovers travel from near and far to Pumpyard Bar & Brewery in the eclectic Top of Town area of the Ipswich Central Business District. Situated in the historic former Technical College, which opened in 1901, Pumpyard has won an enviable reputation as the place to go for top quality, locally brewed beer and plenty of atmosphere. Known as Pumpyard because of the site's original use as the water source for the City of Ipswich, it now supplies its happy customers with liquid of the amber kind from its brand, Four Hearts Brewing. It's been selected in the Top 50 beer venues in Australia by Beer and Brewer Magazine, and was listed in the Top 100 food destinations in Queensland by The Courier Mail's Queensland Taste food guide. With their gourmet burgers, pizzas, share plates, a kids' menu and sweet treats such as House Made Beer Ice Cream, you can see why. Pumpyard's décor is funky industrial with huge shiny vats housing the craft beer produced onsite. There's also a function space, and an outdoor area with a shaded garden to enjoy a cold one, with chilled-out acoustic live music on Sundays.

Prince Alfred Hotel (PA Hotel)

Booval, Ipswich Area
The PA Hotel has been serving people in Ipswich since 1842, so if you've got a thirst to quench or an appetite to satisfy, the PA is the place to be. Its three restaurants are packed out every weekend, with customers flocking here for the delicious food, a bar that boasts the largest craft beer bar in the southern hemisphere and friendly service. Char'd is the premier steakhouse - a spacious area with huge glass windows, and antler light fittings and cowhide on the walls creating the atmosphere. Then there's Plantations, where you can have a casual meal or long lunch in the tasteful Moroccan-inspired décor. Tap'd is the beer bar to rival all beer bars, with 72 beers and ciders on tap, large screen televisions for the sports fans and new high-tech bar tables with built-in 42-inch screens. Popular dishes which keep customers returning include Beef City Black Rib Fillet and slow-cooked Sticky Barbecue Ribs or Beef Brisket where the meat falls off the bone. The family-friendly PA Hotel has a Kids' Room so the youngsters can work off their energy or play on computers and a Gaming Room open seven days a week.

Tap'd

Booval, Ipswich Area
If you're in Ipswich and love your craft beer and mouthwatering food, then Tap'd at the PA Hotel will be paradise for you. Boasting 72 beers and ciders on tap, Tap'd is the largest craft beer bar in the southern hemisphere. Brands such as Queensland's Burleigh Brewing Co. and Perth's Feral Brewing are represented, while wine lovers are not forgotten with the extensive wine list. A cool retreat out of the heat, Tap'd carries its beer theme throughout, from the keg light fittings to a brick feature wall adorned with greenery that has a beer and cider tap fountain which you can enjoy from the comfort of leather sofas. Sit on the bar stools at the high wooden tables or go for the more traditional table and chairs area. Wherever you sit, you have a great view of the sports channels on several televisions. There are also new high-tech bar tables with 42 inch screens so you can sit and play arcade games while enjoying an ale or two. Food options that complement the beer offerings range from pizza and burgers to steaks and slow cooked shared plates of Sticky Barbecue Ribs or Beef Brisket.

Dusty's Bar & Barbecue

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
If you like the works when it comes to food and drink American-style, Dusty's Bar & Barbecue in Ipswich is the authentic and delicious way to go. Friendly owner and host, Dusty, dons a cowboy hat on weekends to greet customers when things really get bustling in this popular meeting place. The casual Sports Bar, with bar dining, is chock-full of United States sporting memorabilia, from baseball uniforms to a framed copy of a Mohammed Ali-signed contract. Then there's the Texan flavoured dining room which has live music on Friday nights, and the Elvis Room decorated with old 45s and a gold record of Heartbreak Hotel. You don't need to go to Graceland to feel close to the king! Continuing the casual theme, The Bronx Deck out the back overlooks local railway tracks and has views out to the landmark St Mary's Catholic Church. Favourite dishes include Pork USA Spare Ribs with three sauces - Sticky Barbecue, Smoky Barbecue and Kentucky Barbecue, or try a Pulled Pork Burger. Wash them down with one of 10 American beers - Purple Haze, Turbodog, or Tailgate Blacktop Blonde anyone?

Journey's Kitchen & Bar

Springfield, Ipswich Area
If you're in or near the Ipswich area, you don't have to journey too far to Journeys Kitchen and Bar, nestled in the Orion Springfield Central precinct. Elevated and overlooking the expansive water play park, Orion Lagoon, Journeys is a spacious and breezy restaurant perfect for breakfast, lunch and on three nights a week, dinner. Their cabinet of sweet treats - with pastries made onsite by the pastry chef - is also very tempting, and the paleo-friendly offerings fly off the shelves. Boasting a kids' play area, Journeys Kitchen and Bar is a popular meeting place for parents, and its Kids' Menu features favourites for the young ones such as Toast with Cheese and Vegemite for Breakfast, while Dinner options include Fish and Chips and Ice-Cream with various toppings. Many customers come for the Toby's Estate ethically sourced coffee and tea from Panama, and the fully stocked bar offers bubbles, wine, craft beer, spirits and cocktails. Try the Tapas options such as Pork Belly Kakuni or Chicken Tulips, while Dinner favourites include Slow-cooked Beef Cheek and Fresh Egg Spaghetti with Sand Crab. If you have an event you'd like catered, Journeys is happy to help.

Brookwater Glasshouse

Brookwater, Ipswich Area
As part of the Brookwater Golf & Country Club, just a 20-minute drive from Ipswich, The Brookwater Glasshouse offers fine food and wine in an unbeatable scenic setting. As its name suggests, the restaurant and function centre has floor-to-ceiling glass so that customers can take in the beautiful view over the golf course, manicured gardens and natural bushland. The venue is perfect for an intimate dinner, where you can enjoy the modern Australian cuisine, Share Plates, Pizzas and mouth-watering Desserts. It's also popular for wedding parties - with a wedding lawn surrounded by a charming arbor - and other functions, where it can cater for a small group of 20 or open out to become a spacious venue for up to 220 people. Have a cocktail party on the outdoor terrace, organise a high tea or relax in the downstairs Sandstone Bar where events such as Jazz on the Green are held. The team at Brookwater Glasshouse are happy to discuss your requirements - from staff training and corporate breakfasts to product launches, or personal celebrations such as birthdays, anniversaries and school formals. The secret's out that it's not just golfers enjoying this quality restaurant.

Nourish Real Food Cafe

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
Nourish Real Food Café - where the name says it all - is an exciting eatery in the popular Ipswich Top of Town area. Run by a qualified naturopath, Nourish's delicious options include gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo to cater for food intolerances. Occupying a funky area within an historic building, the café's crisp white walls, exposed worn brick and greenery create a beautiful ambience in which you can enjoy the tasty treats on offer. Tea and coffee lovers are well looked after, with the smooth, fair trade Jasper Coffee a popular choice. Chamellia Tea is ethically sourced and includes aromatic blends such as Jasmine Pearls and Wild Ancient. For breakfast at Nourish Real Food Café, you can't go past the Choc Nutty Acai Bowl, with acai pulp, cacao, almond butter, almond milk, sliced banana, activated buckinis and shredded coconut. It's so nice you won't even notice it's healthy for you! Or try the Cured Mushrooms on Bruschetta for a yummy vegetarian hot dish. Lunch options include a Mezze Plate and Gourmet Burgers, with sweet treats including raw raspberry and chocolate cheesecake. You can also purchase fresh flowers, gourmet ingredients and other take-home goodies.

The Ulster

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
The gracious Ulster Hotel has been serving patrons in the centre of Ipswich since 1910, with the current owners keeping it in the same family since they took it on in 1934. With such strong family ties, you can be guaranteed that this is a great place to eat and drink, with the emphasis on quality. There's also a function room for bigger gatherings. The old pub was lovingly restored after being damaged by the 2011 floods and it still has its old-world charm, including the ornate pressed metal ceiling. Co-owner Bev's father and grandfather both played rugby league for Australia, with memorabilia from their glory days gracing the walls. The Ulster's menu is contemporary, with the offerings being a cut above traditional bar fare. All food is freshly cooked on the premises, with lunch options including Burgers, Pastas and a Warm Beef Salad. For dinner, try the Fillet Mignon using Certified Angus Beef, and vegetarians are catered for with dishes such as Vegetarian Mushroom Risotto. Craft beer includes the Ulster Irish Red Ale which was specially commissioned by a private brewer, and there's a selective quality wine list.

Mediumrare Chargrill and Bar

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With Mediumrare Chargrill and Bar having the reputation for the best steaks in Ipswich, it has to be on any 'must do' list when visiting the city. Situated in the Ipswich Country Motel, just a few minutes' drive from the Ipswich Central Business District, the restaurant is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike. The cosy venue also opens up into a 200-seat function room, ideal for conferences and wedding receptions. The team at Mediumrare Chargrill use only the best meat - the Gold Medal-winning Private Selection MSA (Meat Standards Australia) from Nolan's at Gympie. After sourcing it, they age it for another 16 weeks and cut it up themselves so you know you're getting maximum tenderness and quality. The Rib Fillet is the most popular choice with customers, and all tastes are catered for, with seafood, chicken and pasta options also available. The bar has sliding access onto a leafy courtyard overlooking the pool area with decorative Bali Hut, making it a perfect place for drinks with friends, family or for corporate events

Fourthchild Cafe

Ipswich Area
Fourthchild has made its mark on the Ipswich cafe scene with its simple menu (that changes daily) and stylish, industrial-chic fit out. The venue is hip and vibrant and the counter-top cakes certainly test your self control. Fourthchild is also open for dinner on the weekends, offering a casual menu of honest, home-style dishes.
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